Does Your Business Need A Graphic Designer?

our expert team of designers can help you make your next impression

How We Help Businesses

Increase Exposure

Give your business the exposure it deserves by dominating the rankings in Google, Bing and even Yahoo. We make all digital roads lead straight to you.

Grow Customer Base

Our services help drive more customers to your website, products, and services than any other online marketing strategies.

Increase Revenue

Watch as your company grows from a news stream of inquiries or customers who want to purchase your good and services.

Your Partner

We are here to help you so whether you have a question, a problem to resolve or in need of an update, we would be happy to hear from you. We are not a faceless organization. You’ll get to know our team.

Weekly Reports

We send weekly reports with rankings updates and noteworthy news, to make clients aware of any changes in the industry and advising recommendations to help secure their business online.


Not only are we SEO geniuses (humbly of course) but we also belong to mastermind groups that include the world’s best SEOs. We discuss strategy, what’s working and what to move away from. We stay on top of our industry to benefit your site.

Dominate Google

We aren’t satisfied with only the top spot. We want to take over the whole page for many keywords. We have successfully dominated for the toughest searches in the nation.

Done In-House

No outsourcing, black hat tactics, or cutting corners. All work is performed in-house by our team of internet marketing professionals.

Worry-Free Contracts

Month-to-month contracts. If you’re paying for results and a company doesn’t deliver, why should you be forced to stick around?

Start Creating Your Dreams Today

First of all, what exactly is a graphic designer?

A graphic designer works to provide companies with any visual interactions they may require.

This consists of logo design, layout design for printed products such as signage, stationery, and marketing materials (brochures, leaflets and so on) for instance.

In today’s Internet age a graphic designer is typically also able to develop electronic communications such as e-newsletters, sites and more.

Not all graphic designers cover all service locations mentioned, however a competent and skilled graphic designer deserves their weight in gold.

Hiring a graphic design agency such as our who has years of experience working with company owners to produce unforgettable visual communications has some unique benefits over working with newer less experienced designers.

These benefits include many, but to name just two:

  1. Speed & Efficiency

An experienced designer is frequently used to working on many different tasks at once; handling their time efficiently, and delivering your job to concurred timescales.

If you are hiring your designer on a per hour rate basis instead of being priced quote ‘for the job’ a skilled designer quoting you a greater rate per hour might actually bill you for less at the end of the job if they are quicker than a designer estimating less per hour.

It’s a wise decision to obtain an estimate from your designer regarding the length of time they anticipate the job to take, and even much better attempt and get them to estimate ‘for the task’ regardless of how long it takes them. Remember to ask if revisions are included in the ‘for the task’ rate.

  1. Printing Pitfalls

There are numerous print layout design mistakes a designer can make if they truly don’t understand their trade in entirety. These consist of;

Print Bleed: Any file set out for print must have a few mm’s of bleed overlapping the edge of the document size (i.e. the designers document have to be bigger than the real printed product) — each print company has a various requirement for the number of mm’s that ought to be. A skilled graphic designer will comprehend the need to learn the project requirements before they start actually designing, and ideally be they’ll be proactive in their job to get in touch with the print firm themselves to discover the details.

Not offering proper dpi for images: Everyone knows that if you are offering a printing company an image type that is made up of pixels such as TIFF or JPEG, that the image must be a minimum of 300 dpi (dots per inch). or do they all know this? Is your designer aware of this?

Likewise, if you are providing the print company a vector image such as EPS, or AI … that pixels are irrelevant because scalable vector images output by expert design software, are not made up of pixels.

Thin Lines in Graphics: Any line used in a visual image is made up of a ‘line point size’, this can differ from as small as 0.10 all the going up to perhaps 10-point size and greater. The larger the point size the fatter the line is and vice versa.

An inexperienced designer– possibly one who hasn’t actually produced an in-depth illustration with much detail – may not realize that you can’t hand over a design to a printing company which contains a line size smaller sized than 0.25– printing presses typically cannot print lines any thinner than 0.25 points. Which is why it’s vitally important to talk to the printing press first.

Colors– What is a hex color? What is a Pantone Color? Exactly what are CMYK colors? Never mind exactly what they are, how does one pick in between each color technique offered to them before their lovely designs are printed? Your designer should understand this, however not all unskilled designers completely comprehend the methods required for selecting print colors and this can lead to unexpected print results.

This just provides you an extremely quick overview of why experience counts in graphic design, and to ensure that your designer is adequately experienced to care for the vital elements of designing for your business.

To ensure you get the best design made please contact us today and put our team to work for you.