Products & Services

graphic design

Don't fall into the design-it-yourself trap

 

Whether you need your first logo design or a re-think of your old one, it will be with you for many years, potentially on signs, vehicles, advertisements, stationery, etc. so get it done right the first time.  Whether it's a quick text & colour treatment or a fully realized multi-format logo package, let me get you set up for your specific needs and budget.

 

Just about any type of design work I can provide, from flyers, ad layouts, web images, photo retouches and composites, you name it.  Just ask!

 
 

signs

How is your business perceived?

 

Let's face it, just about every business needs signage, and everyone seems to know and recommend a particular sign shop.  In my experience with working on signs for new businesses up to huge corporations in the past, you want to work with someone who knows what you need  for the application at hand, not just the most expensive option. 

 

Often sign companies employ graphic designers with little to no experience in translating your imagery to signage appropriately, and are usually too busy to give your project the attention it deserves.

 

printing

 

Let's get physical

 

Sure the internet is great and makes for a nice virtual storefront but we still need to get physical with much of our advertising to be truly effective.  I can provide business cards, flyers, posters, magazines, pocket folders, CD/DVD printing, event tickets, envelopes, letterheads...well, you get the picture.

 

Need a special or custom logo'd specialty product for an event or trade show handout?  I'm your guy.

window graphics

 

Your physical place of business is also your first impression to walk-in customers, clients and visitors alike.

 

Improve that first impression with unique and informative window treatments from translucent prints (pictured left), perforated film prints for one-way vision, or simple cut-vinyl lettering and graphics utilizing attractive colours and textures.

 

vinyl banners

Cost-Effective advertising that's as mobile as you need it to be

 

Banners are a great way to advertise without commiting to permanent signage, or if you need the flexibility of changeable signage.  Great for just about any indoor or outdoor application, a banner can often be the best bang-for-the-buck.

 

Any size.  Anywhere.

 

vehicle graphics

Your best advertising value is mobile

 

It's been shown that the best advertising value for the dollar is effective vehicle graphic advertising.  Everywhere you drive, your message gets out there with you.

 

But advertising effectively  on your vehicle is an artform in itself that a sign company does not always exceed at based on what I see out there on the roads today.  From simple vinyl-cut lettering to full body wraps it's important you get the proper advice and design to fit your needs and budget.  I can help you with this.

 

stretch canvas prints

Turn your artwork into...artwork!

 

An excellent addition to any reception area, office, or home, canvas stretch prints are a classy way to turn boring walls into art galleries.  From personal photo collages to eye-pleasing advertisements I will custom design and produce your stretch canvas prints by hand to your specs using realistic and durable textured vinyl printed with the latest environmentally friendly latex inks.

 

You'll be surprised you didn't think of doing this sooner!

 

brand consulting

Time for a change!

 

When first starting a business, budgets are often too small and time is too short.  Properly branding yourself is something often left for 'down the road sometime'.  After a couple years it often becomes obvious that the logo you had made by the local guy is a bit dated and you want something more in tune with your sales demographic.

 

You need a refresh, but something that translates throughout all of your media (stationery, vehicles, signs, etc.) in a consistant, and sometimes even more importantly; practical  implementation.  I can help your brand by looking at the bigger picture.

@2016 by Steve Rollins | The Graphics Guy

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