There are two contrasting types of Graphic Design Services in Kent:
Graphic design for print.
Graphic design for the internet.
Luckily for you, we do offer both services and examples of our work can be found on the Portfolio.
However, we do specialise in internet graphic design and will always endeavor to optimise your images for the internet which allows for speedy downloads on iPhones and Tablets alike, increasing your likely hood for a good ranking within Google.
Much of our graphic design work comes into play when creating a new brand for a start-up business or a company looking to revive and update a stagnant design.
Please do email Garry directly using our Contact form to discuss arrange your specific requirements.
Logos and Branding
Postcards and flyers.
Magazine and newspaper ads.
Posters, banners and billboards.
Brochures (print and digital)
Signage and trade show displays.
Email marketing templates.
Nearly anyone would stand to benefit from the expertise a graphic designer has to give
at the moment, with either their personal or professional ventures being in full growth. The real question we should
be who doesn’t require graphic designs?
‘Creative expertise and artistic marketing’ is the most relevant
and key explanation for the need for graphic design.
It is important to be able to create eye-catching graphics which are quickly interpreted without much planning. Helpful are even observations of typography, colour theory and web design.
Often essential is versatility. When the client ‘s view does not fit with yours, the required changes need to be made. And you need to be prepared to criticise: consumers are outspoken, and often indecisive.
Well speaking strictly for myself I work to £50 per hour. So wheres as some kind of unique logo will come in at around the £300-£700 mark dependant on the scale of the project where as full branding, guidelines and stationary could cost upwards of £2000.
For such a wide range of options, it can be daunting to choose the best designer for your personal needs. Below is a brief guide to help you make the correct decision when designing a logo. Such ideas may also be helpful when it comes to selecting a web designer, graphic designer, or another artist.
The key things to bear in mind when talking to your potential designer include 1.) Proven Success & Experience 2.) Positive Testimonials, 3.) A Thorough Design Process, 4.) A Strong Portfolio 5.) Great Customer Service 6.) Business Professionalism
The method of logo production includes many various elements, ranging from analysis and creative drafting to construction & final revisions. It requires both artistic and specialised know-how, in addition to a thorough understanding of marketing and branding. There’s more to a great logo than a quick drawing!
Logo design requires specialised skills which are only accessible to qualified logo designers. The logo is a major investment for your company, it is a brand asset that has high potential value for your business, so hiring a professional logo designer from the outset is sensible.
Well I think that just about wraps up our Graphic Design Services in Kent. For any more information just drop us a message on Contact.