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Graphic Design Services

Graphic & Marketing Design Services

Graphic Design Services

We love creating engaging & interesting design,
If you’d like a no-obligation quote for any work, please email us!

Marketing Graphic Design

Marketing graphic design covers the basics needed for your business. From Business cards, letterhead paper and Brochures through to pull up banners and more. Our aim is to give you design which engages your audience.

Case Study

 

Zuza Trading – Brochure & Business Cards

 

I was approached by Zuza Trading to overhaul their brochure, by making it more exciting and concise (The old version was 40 pages A4). The new brochure was printed in January 2018 and holds 24 pages with ALL their current products (and product information). It had resulted in good feedback from buyers saying how it has saved printing and space!

Promotional Design

Our Promotional Design covers more bespoke marketing needs, including car and van vinyl, store graphics and much more. We are able to source various items to aid you (including design, print and delivery).

Case Study

 

Nikki Clark Glass – Greetings Cards

 

Nikki Clark Glass had a variety of images that needed to be digitalised, in addition to this, a selected 5 were chosen to create a set of greeting cards. The majority of the cards sold in the first weekend they were on display at local trade fairs. With a low price per unit, profit margins were good.

Bespoke & Content Creation

Bespoke Design & Content Creation covers all our other design services, including merchandise design, ad-hoc marketing design, Instagram & facebook content posts (gifs animations and more). Enquire to find out more!

Case Study

 

Carr’s Flour Mills – Informational Shorts

 

Carr’s Flour Mills were in need of a series of short videos to explain to buyers how the milling process worked within the mill and other plants around the UK. The first short explained how the sifters worked (which was very much welcomed by a large supermarket), with another short about the rolling process being released shortly after. These shorts have helped explain the process as the buyers cannot usually see how the milling machinery works.