Let’s start at the beginning and build a brand together. When it comes to making first impressions count, image is at the forefront of every business and often a good branding identity can make or break a company. A well thought out strategy of your company’s vision and mission statement should be reflected in your logo and that’s where I come in. Exploring original, innovative ways to make your business stand out from the rest is just the start.
Building a successful brand requires you to produce material to present to your customers. But in the advertising world where there is so much clutter, it’s important to design and communicate with purpose. Who are you targeting? What are you trying to say? What do you want your company to stand for?
Whether you’re after a corporate profile, want to design a flyer or business cards, or presenting at an exhibition, you have come to the right place. I can help with all your graphic design needs and make your business look as professional or eye-catching as you want.
In the ever-growing digital space, having an online presence is vital. As a business, if you’re not tapping into your target customer base, you’re missing out on countless opportunities. At the very least, a website is what all businesses should have. It doesn’t need to be as complicated or expensive as agencies will have you believe.
Those who aren’t in the design industry are often not aware of all the great printers and signage companies in Perth. Knowing the right place to go to is half the battle, then managing the print job from start to finish and understanding the terminologies and knowing what to look out for is another challenge. Being in the industry for more than a decade, I have built up a great database of preferred suppliers that offer competitive prices without compromising on quality.
After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Graphic Design in 2006, I moved straight into the work place and noticed there was a huge divide between what you learnt at university and how to put it into practice. Having worked in the industry for more than a decade, it became apparent that new designers entering the workforce would benefit from real life experience or interning. Unfortunately, many companies don’t have the time or capacity to train junior designers. As an experienced designer, this is where I come in. By investing my time into a junior designer, my aim is to help them reach their full potential and get their skills up to scratch. See Training and Mentoring Page
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