It is an effective approach to conveying the desired message and thoughts in order to advertise, educate and inform a wide audience of people in the form of graphic design. It has introduced innovations in the market and business, is a necessary way for successful visual communication.
Today, graphic design is the perfect blend of visual and verbal elements. To get a good final product, it is necessary to gather a quality team of experts from different fields such as writers, photographers, and graphic designers, whose task is to design the product to its perfection.
CREATING VISUAL IDENTITY:
Design of the company sign and logo, creation of applications for business communication items such as envelopes, business cards, folders, invitations, blocks, bags, pens…
Design of promotional products: design of catalogue, brochure, flyer, design of various external propaganda means, such as posters, posters, billboards, boards, flags…
Design of propaganda material such as calendar, newsletter…
The term print preparation refers to the second stage of making a graphic product. When preparing for printing, it is necessary to integrate all the graphic elements as a whole, to align with the colour profiles of the printing company, and to prepare a special file for the output device.
PRINT PREPARATION INCLUDES:
Image processing, photo scanning, word processing, data entry, text correction and proofreading, development of graphic elements that accompany these processes – boards, graphs, diagrams, drawings…Without preparation for printing, it is impossible to reach the final product. It is a prerequisite for conveying the idea in the process of its realization. If the preparation is well completed, the product itself will meet the expectations of the costumers. Namely, to realize the idea, it is necessary to know the types of printing, the completion of the process, the types of paper, cardboard, and other materials that make up the printing process. Although this stage is often neglected, it is important to note that it is extremely important for the quality of the final product. Ignoring the stamp production phase, in order to reduce costs, usually results in the opposite effect, i.e. returning to the beginning and preparing for printing.