This post summarises a recent project from late 2011 for a brand new large capacity gym and fitness centre. From design, build, print and signage, the post highlights the work involved within the project.
My new business cards just arrived this morning so I thought it was a good opportunity to show them off and inform you how you can get yours.
A good poster needs to stand out from the crowd as well as promoting your product or service. From A4 to A0, digitally printed posters are better for short-run prints and are more economical on your pocket, as opposed to lithographic.!) Here’s the full lowdown on my digital poster graphic design and print service.
This is a post about how I updated the design of a takeaway menu from it’s normal concept, to it’s Christmas version – complete with ribbons and bobbles(!)
I recently printed a large PVC banner for a customer. The design and branding consisted of a flat black background, which didn’t print correctly because of a conflict between how different colour models, such as CMYK, RGB and HSV are interpreted. This is a post about the problem and my solution to get the correct CMYK black colour specification.
A handy paper size chart is important when offering a design and print service. I decided to take a ‘lil time-out from the madness by creating my own paper and poster size chart – to-scale, of course! You can download my handywork free and use it as a reference.