30 Aug What Your Design Team Can Do
Graphic design firms, like Ratio7, probably take for granted that the general public understands what they do and what their service offerings are. So, what can you expect in regards to services when you contact Ratio7?
The core of where you begin is with branding (or re-branding). A graphic design firm, like Ratio7, will meet with you to build a visual concept of your company. This includes core values, culture, your target demographic, what you actually do, where you are located, what the history of your company is and the story of how it began. All of these help a design firm develop your overall brand. From that point, they begin to develop a logo. A logo will be used in a variety of ways and will help identify your company quickly.
Next will be a Web site, from the ground up or a redesign of an existing site. This will involve examining your search engine optimization, your meta tags, your user experience (UX), copywriting and the general design and how it fits with your branding vision. We can create and install flash animation. If you need a blog or templates for Twitter or MySpace, we can do that too!
Then there is print. Your design team will develop a whole print series: business cards, brochures, advertisements, post cards, flyers and whatever else you need (cd or video covers, special events products) . Part of all these branding efforts will be copywriting which should be vibrant, engaging and understandable. Ratio7’s copywriting team can also do translations to make your materials more accessible.
Finally, there is new media. Video production is important these days and a cutting-edge graphics firm like Ratio7 can help you creating exciting and engaging video for your Website or promotional DVD’s. We can also upload these to your site or onto sites like YouTube.
We hope this helps you understand what a top-notch graphic design firm can do for you. Don’t settle for less! Feel free to contact us for a consultation on any of these services-and if you don’t see it listed here or on our site, don’t hesitate to ask!