Establish Your Company’s Identity
“An organization may have great ideas and great goals, but a graphic designer can put them together in a way that is appealing, that enhances consumer perception.” Every company in the world has some sort of graphic design involved within their company. Whether it is the brochure that you’re picking up from the store, the menu you look at when ordering dinner, or the large sign over the front door. It is everywhere. We live in a culture in which we are bombarded constantly by information and commercial messages. Every company is eager to find a way to separate itself from the rest.
Stand Out From Others
Quality graphic design is one way to help you stand out from the rest. Bays Printing’s Graphic Design department knows how to improve your marketing materials in many ways.
First, a well-designed piece will support and enhance your message using visual language. We process the information on many levels, both verbally and non-verbally. Graphic designers will ensure that your message comes across in the most effective and efficient manner. Our graphic designers also enhance the readability of your materials.
They will select colors, typefaces, sizes of text, and imagery, then lay out these materials in a way that guides the reader's eye through the messages.
Make Informed Decisions
When you work with Bays Printing’s graphic designer or any other designer make sure to ask these questions when evaluating the final products:
Consistency is the Key
Once your organization establishes its visual look or identity, it’s important to be consistent. Create graphic standards for ALL visual representations, like newsletters, event calendars, and letterhead. Having a signature look is critical.
Let’s Work on Your Next Project!
When you are ready for your next project make sure you share the following information with us:
At Bays Printing we take care of all of these issues for you. Once your BRANDING is set, we will make sure that all of your visual materials be consistent and adhere to the look of your company’s identity.