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It’s easy to think of graphic design solely in terms of how something looks, but both good and bad design can have an impact that extends far beyond simple aesthetics.
All too often, designers give the creative process priority over everything else, even things such as budget, deadlines and communication. The end product might be solid, but if a client feels frustrated and exasperated with the whole experience, was the project really a success?
Rolla is all about fitness in action. That’s why Rolla’s owner came to Chalkbox. He wanted us to design posters that moved potential clients to engage. In order for their service offering to stand out they needed something bold, exciting, inviting, and accessible.
You’ll see buzzwords like “engagement” and “brand awareness” come up again and again when you’re doing your homework about motion graphic videos. That’s for good reason: When they’re done well, they can have a big impact on both of those things.
Attention spans are short. Really sh… are you still there?
Whether or not you choose to work with Chalkbox, we want you to find the right graphic designer for your organization and your project.
Successful design begins with questions and communication between the you (client) and your designer. Typically, this takes the form of a creative brief, where designer and client meet to define the design problem, reveal project critical details, outline goals, and discuss the scope of work to be done. This initial conversation sets the stage for a successful project, but an ongoing and effective feedback loop between client and designer is equally important.
While it may seem like a basic question, the answer is anything but simple — because just as every business is different, the form, scale and impact of graphic design varies widely as well.