Print Design

Print­ing goes way back to Chi­na, before 220 AD … but thanks to one of my lands­men, Johannes Guten­berg who invent­ed the print­ing tech­nol­o­gy in the 15th cen­tu­ry, we are able to print and pro­duce knowl­edge, spread learn­ing and of course: Adver­tise 😉

Hold­ing some­thing phys­i­cal in your hand — a piece of paper, a fold­ing brochure, a book — is a much dif­fer­ent expe­ri­ence than view­ing some­thing on a screen. To this visu­al com­po­nent, print design adds a tac­tile expe­ri­ence that might include tex­ture, shape, or print­ing effects like let­ter­press.
This is very impor­tant when it comes to your busi­ness card — often the first impres­sion of  YOU.
Despite their small size, busi­ness cards can be crit­i­cal to the devel­op­ment of your busi­ness. They are a high­ly per­son­al­ized form of mar­ket­ing — your logo, your col­ors, your slo­gan, your font and your choice of paper will make the first impres­sion on your cus­tomers — choose them wise­ly!

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Business Cards

This is often the first impres­sion of your busi­ness.
Despite their small size, busi­ness cards can be crit­i­cal to the devel­op­ment of your busi­ness. They are a high­ly per­son­al­ized form of mar­ket­ing — your logo, your col­ors, your slo­gan, your font, your choice of tex­ture, shape, or print­ing effects like let­ter­press … all part of the first impres­sion on your cus­tomers — choose them wise­ly!

FLYERS & Mailings

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Catalogs and Magazines

Packaging