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Our Graphic Design for print includes:
Banners, Post Cards, Letter Head, Posters, Flyers, Lawn Signs, Business Cards, Labels, Folders, Trifold, Brochures and more...
Looking for something else? Contact us and we can assist.
Get a FREE graphic design quote below:
Print Design | Graphic Design Project | Pricing and Terms
DO YOU KNOW EXACTLY WHAT YOU WANT?
Great! all print design projects start at a flat fee of $65.
For clients who know exactly how they would like their finished document to look, this includes two (2) FREE round of revisions.
NEED HELP WITH YOUR DESIGN CONCEPT
We offer a brief phone consultation for $25 for clients who need help planning their design. The package starts at $100 and includes two (2) FREE round of revisions. We help you decide on the colors, graphics, wording etc.
$15 will be assessed for each additional revision. The questionnaire above should be able to help you to get clear on the details of your design.
We can research and find clip art or stock photos for $15 per image.
Need the project finished in less that 1 week? Rush Jobs require an additional $25 fee.
You can expect to see your first draft within 1-3 business days once you have submitted your payment and project questionnaire.
Orders must be submitted by 1 pm to qualify for that business day.
Our office hours are Monday - Friday 9-5PM.
How to Design an Effective Marketing Graphic
Here are 12 helpful tips to prepare for a graphic design project.
#1. Plan on using a custom design instead of a template design. This helps you brand your event or product so that it stands out from the crowd and attracts more attention.
#2. Decide if you will only be using the graphic design for online promotion or print, or is it both. Your graphic designer will need to know this information before they get started.
#3 Know what size the design needs to be created in. If it's a design for social media a quick google search will let you know the answer. If it's for print, call up your printer and ask them. Find out the size and any other specifications they may have.
#4. Have an idea what you want your finished project to look like. What colors, what style, having a few examples to show of what you personally like will be beneficial. You can find examples by doing a Google Image Search or check out our portfolio here.
#5. Know the purpose for your design, what are you trying to accomplish? Design can be to share information, an event promotion a product promotion.
#6. Don't forget all the important details such as Event Date, Time, Event Location, Event Price, RSVP details, Listing of Speakers or Special Guests
#7. Use quality images, your graphic designer can help you choose stock images that make your promotional piece stand out from the crowd!
#8. Use a questionnaire form similar to ours to help you capture all the details you may be forgetting to add in such as social media links, pricing etc.
#9. Prepare... although you may be tempted to tell your graphic designer "I like your work, you just design something and let me see..." remember your designer does not know your business or customers as well as you do. It's best to prepare for your project and provide direction so that you and your designer can quicker come to the finalized design without guessing.
#10. Choose a color scheme that matches your brand or theme, you can look here for color ideas, just save the Pantone color code and give it to your designer.
#11. Choose your preferred fonts, Google has over 800 fonts that you can choose from.
#12 Make sure you know the Who, What, Where, Why and When for a successful graphic design project!