Cynthia Creasey and Mack McCoy are real-estate experts with more than 20 years of experience helping clients navigate the Puget Sound housing market. Their branding, however, felt as if it had 20 years of experience as well. (That’s usually not a good thing.)
Have you ever received an email and wondered “why am I getting this?” Or have you ever sought out information on a company website only to find it was all about them – but not at all about what they could do for you?
Headwaters Coaching provides one-on-one mentoring, along with individual and corporate communications training, in support of an ambitious mission: “Renewing the human spirit for greater purpose, passion, and performance.”
You’re almost ready to go with your company’s new brochure, annual report or other materials. The images are sharp and clear, the text is perfect, and the layout is exactly how you want it.
Now you’ve just got to transform this great design into something tangible(and make sure it still looks fantastic when a customer or stakeholder actually has it in their hands).
That means you need to print it—and it means you need to choose between digital and offset printing…
At some point, it happens to just about everyone who wants to use a digital image in print: The photo or graphic that looks perfectly fine on your screen becomes blurry, pixelated, or just plain bad once it’s on paper. What’s the deal?
Just like you wouldn’t dream of building a house without consulting with an architect, an engineer and a contractor, your brand deserves the same expert attention. You gotta start with a plan that you can build from.
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.