Graphic Design

Marketing Materials That Matter. Marketing materials can take make shapes, fit many budgets, and serve many purposes. Good design should be able to meet all these needs.

Marketing Materials That Matter

We have worked with startups and new businesses to create their initial branding materials – a logo and business card – to help get them started. Later, additional materials ranging from a brochure to an infographic can be developed to help expand your library of marketing materials. Not sure what to do once you have the finished files? We can assist with print production as well, finding your best options for printing 100 or 10,000 copies of the finished piece.

Whether you need a brochure, rack card, business card, envelope or a banner for your trade show, marketing materials should follow the style guide for your brand. Don’t have a style guide? Don’t worry, we can help with that too. This guide provides a consistent design language that outlines how your logo should be used, the exact colors and fonts help to ensure that all your marketing materials share a consistent look and branding.

Still not sure what you need or what to do next?

Set up a complimentary consultation with us by calling 860-561-1156 or filling out our contact form and see if you think it’s a good fit.

The Logo Design Process

Logo development infographic

Still not sure what you need or what to do next?

A logo.  After deciding on a name for your business, a logo is really the next step to making your business come alive.  Logos come in all shapes, sizes and can range from just text to something whimsical.

Figuring out how to create your logo, what fits your “brand” can be one of those “where do I start?” moments for a business owner.  Luckily, we can help with that part of the process.

The infographic to the left outlines the stages we typically go through to help our clients design a logo.  How long will it take?  Well, that depends.  A logo can take a week or it can take weeks.  Sometimes it requires time to find the right font or color, other times it’s can be a “Eureka!” moment and one of the initial concepts matches what you saw in your mind’s eye.