This is our bread and butter. Not only do we understand how to design a postcard that your potential client will keep or a brochure filled with valuable information, but how about a menu that will read and flow smoothly for your patrons...with vivid colors, flavorful wording, and crisp photography that they can taste before they order it!
Along with your website, social networking, advertising, and marketing efforts, a company brochure is an integral part of your branding process. It’s a vital piece of literature about your products and services that potential customers can take with them. A brochure keeps the face of your business in their hands – and in their heads.
A motivational speaker from Detriot says"Your smile is your logo, your personality is your business card, how you leave others feeling after having an experience with you, is your trademark". Your business card is most often the first and most important impression. It should not just be a piece of paper with contact information. It should show emotion, be professional, portray a solution to a problem, and what you and your business are all about in one small area that fits in the palm of your hand.
Flyers and Folders
Despite lots of online advertisements, flyers still have their place in advertising and people can get attracted to them so it is important to create a well-designed flyer with a professional look and quality paper.
An effective menu design should communicate the brand, the vision, the ambiance, the food & beverage offerings, and the overall experience a guest can expect to have. Once the client demographic has been established, the goal is to creatively impress and entice guests. This is where the actual menu design comes in: the fonts, color palettes, use of whitespace and/or photos, descriptive content, even the type of paper used or the casing it’s housed in.
Unlike other forms of marketing, postcards are effective and show results very quickly. No envelope to open means your recipient sees your brand and message directly. The limitations of the format, with an image in front and a short message on the back, forces you to simplify your message and get directly to the point.
Print media allows you to showcase your brand and products across multiple formats such as newspapers, magazines, direct mail, and outdoor advertising.