Whether you’re looking at a logo, a keyring, a binder, a poster or even a mousemat, somewhere along the line an identity has been made and a business has decided on such an identity, and the biggest asset to any business is good graphic design.
At Digital Ethos, we don’t just develop for our clients, we design for them too, and whether that’s a brief of “make me something like this…” or “we like green and white…” – we possess the ability and experience to turn your idea (no matter how vague) into a fully fledged business identity.
Our in-house graphic design team have experience that totals a time when the only designing you could do was with a charcoal stick and a 12×12 canvas, so you can live safe in the knowledge that we have the ethos and substance to back up our claims of being a one stop shop for all of your graphic design needs, including:
A good editorial design isn’t just capturing people with wording or fancy phrases, its a well laid out thoughtful design which appeals to your target audience. Think less technical ability, and more experience (albeit hand in hand is preferable!). Some of the best editorials in the world are exactly that; the best because they know more (like us!) than just filling out a Microsoft Word template.
A great package will make your product pop. And help your product sell. Digital Ethos offer specialist services in bespoke packaging mock-ups, and artwork for both large-scale and short run printing.
Infographics and Visual Content
Infographics are an increasingly popular way of getting across vital pieces of information to your audience in a quick, clear and targetted way. Infographics can be shared by other websites, blogs and social media platforms, giving your business and content that all-important more exposure.
Being a good illustrator used to mean being able to design a drawing for a novel, or a comic. In today’s age, its one of the most up and coming areas of graphic design, with professionals requiring illustrations for all range of tasks from powerpoints to a corporate sales flier. Logo design is also something done in illustrator, meaning your design will look as crisp on a flier as it will a billboard.
For corporate identity, you need to be able to develop strategies, digital products, print elements, logo designs, identity manuals and more. This is definitely one of the nicest areas where a graphic designer can work; you need to have good communication skills, a good understanding of the client’s needs and the ability to convey an idea through the image.