Achieving a professional, polished image is easy once you know exactly what you want. Below is a list of the different kinds of design services we offer and examples of the graphics that fit into each category.
1. Identity Graphics (IDGs)
Every business needs a professional logo and stationary. IDGs include items like a logo, letterhead, business card, envelope and style guide. Click here to view an example of an identity graphic.
2. Single Panel/Page Graphics (SPGs)
We provide single page/panel, single or double-sided graphics that range in sizes up to 12”x18.” Flyers, postcards and rack cards are examples of an SPGs. Click here to view an example of a single page/panel graphic. (TOP)
3. Multi-Panel/Page Graphics (MPGs)
An MPG is a graphic with more than one page or panel. Magazines, annual reports, and booklets are all examples of multi-page graphics. Tri-fold brochures, folded greeting cards, and table tents are examples of multi-panel graphics. MPGs vary in size, but are usually no larger than 12”x18.” Click here to view an example of a multi-page/panel graphic. (TOP)
4. Large Format Graphics (LFGs)
An LFG is a graphic that is larger than 12”x18.” Examples of an LFG are scientific posters, banners and trade show exhibits. Click here to view an example of a large format graphic. (TOP)
5. Web Graphics (WGs)
A WG is a graphic that is formatted for the World Wide Web. Basic static web sites, web advertisements, and e-flyers are all examples of a WG. WGs vary in size. Click here to view an example of a web graphic. (TOP)
6. Diversified Graphics (DGs)
DGs are a group of several different but consistent-looking designs. DGs might be used at a conference where a facilitator may need various elements such as save the date cards to advertise the event in advance, seminar/ workshop signage to post on rooms where each workshop is to be held, table tents to help attendees locate assigned seats, a conference program book, lunch or breakfast passes, posters that highlight the names, credentials and topics of conference panelists, tool kits and/or work books. Click here to view an example of diversified graphics. (TOP)
7. Publication Ads (PAs)
A PA is a graphic created to advertise a product or service in a publication such as a magazine, newspaper or ad journal. PAs can range in size from 1/10th of a page to a multi-page spread based on ad specifications. Advertorials, and full page ads are both examples of publication ads.
Click here to view an example of a publication ad. (TOP)
8. Secondary Services
T-Shirt graphics (click here to see example of 2 color T-Shirt graphic)
Printing assistance (TOP)