Graphic design for print that helps gain attention and build brand awareness.
More than just print.
With graphic design services including business stationery, brochures, flyers, logo design and more, I can ensure the coherent application of your brand across multiple communication channels.
A well designed piece of print will always remain an integral part of a successful brand campaign. As a tangible medium it has the ability to connect with your target audience on a level outside of what can sometimes be considered a digitally-focussed world. Clear messaging, dynamic grids, use of white space, colour, typeface, stock choice and more all need to be carefully considered to help further build your brand journey and position your brand effectively. Whether you’re looking to have designed a full set of luxury business stationery, leaflets and promotional flyers with a purpose or posters and advertisements to get your brand noticed, I am able to provide tailored design solutions that make your brand stand out from your competitors. From FSC certified paper stocks to vegetable based inks, there are a range of options available to suit both budget and brand values whilst being kinder to the environment.
Depending on the brand, its marketplace, positioning and how it wishes to be perceived there are a range of additional print processes worth considering such as spot UV, foil blocking, embossing and die cutting. These help give your literature extra pick-up appeal and used in the correct way help elevate your brand. Whilst these were once considered a luxury, due to the advancements in printing they are now a more cost-effective and viable option for most clients. Having built a close network of trusted and reliable printers I am also able to manage and advise clients on the entire print process from design and application through to delivery.
Print services for your business.
Current experiences which I can help or advise your business with.
- Annual Reports
- Brand Guidelines
- Business Stationery
- Logo Design
Good to know.
If you have a query regarding your print project that's not addressed below, please get in touch.
How many text revisions for my project am I allowed?
I allocate one round of reasonable amends for all print projects. Minor text changes are ok however where layout changes are needed this is then considered chargeable. I advise clients that any supplied copy ideally needs to be final.
For large brochures can you supply a blank mockup?
Yes. Full-sized blank mockups are a relatively inexpensive way to work out the final weight of your brochure. This is popular with clients who need to establish and factor in postage costs within their overall budget.
Can you liaise with publications directly?
Yes. Whether you’re looking to book an advert with a monthly magazine or annual publication it’s best that I liaise directly with the artwork department as they often have their own printing specifications and PDF output settings which need to be adhered to.
How does the project sign-off work?
Once all supplied copy and images have been set within the artwork, a high resolution PDF will be supplied to you for final approval. Whilst every effort is made throughout the project to ensure no errors or typos exist, the final onus remains with the client.
What method is best to highlight any changes?
With all my artwork files being supplied in PDF format I advise clients to download a free copy of Adobe Acrobat. It’s the industry standard for both Mac and PC when viewing, printing and commenting on PDF documents.
Can you deliver print projects outside of the UK?
Yes. Once I have a clear understanding of your brief and any specified finishes, I am able to use my network of trusted print suppliers to quote for your project which will include delivery to either a single UK or international address.