Examples of my experience working with clients across various industries such as surveying, restaurants, non-profit organizations, energy providers, and retail chains.
A website allows you to expand your target audience and make contact with customers who are outside of your immediate service area. According to statistics, 86% of people execute online research through a search engine (75% use Google) and 61% read product reviews before deciding to make a purchase or use the services of a business.
Let's discuss what you are looking for in your company's or organization's website. What are the most important elements that you want people to know? What features would you like to include in your new website: maps, contact form, event sign-up page, public documents, news and updates, image gallery, blog, products & services, customer reviews, or call to action buttons?
All these elements can make a great website and help you build your brand. Initial website design consultations are by phone and are complementary.
A well-designed brochure serves as a perfect introduction to your business. Brochures can expand your company's visibility and are a great marketing tool when reaching out to customers. Brochures can provide a positive outlook on your company's future.
A menu is an instant snapshot of a restaurant and the one piece of advertising every guest will read. Having an appealing, clean menu is essential to communicating your brand.
Having an unique and bold logo grabs the customer's attention and makes a strong first impression. A company logo is the foundation of your brand identity, is memorable, separates you from the competition, fosters brand loyalty, and is expected by your customers when receiving communications about your brand.