For logos and artwork to be depicted on a large format in high quality, they must be vectorized. You've probably experienced it yourself sometimes: a small logo is displayed a little bit bigger making it vague and with pixels appearing. We can digitally design such an image with lines and curves so it can be reduced and enlarged with no quality loss, even if the image is meters wide.
A picture is worth a thousand words. We can design a single logo for you but also develop complete corporate identities. The importance of a clear and consistent corporate identity is often underestimated. We can record such branding in a corporate style book. On this basis the corporate identity can be maintained in all expressions, from business cards to website, from pen to annual report.
Once a design is realized, it can be incorporated into every conceivable printed or digital media. Text and images can be delivered to us digitally, we then transform them into a beautifully designed item. The result is presented as a pilot and refined until you are 100% satisfied. Always in close consultation with you, the customer. The process can also be automated extensively. For example, you can provide an Excel file with appropriate data and we deliver a set of 100 formatted business cards to you.
How annoying is that: you have a file but your colleagues can't read it or the accents disappear. Text and image files can be stored in many different formats, thereby requiring an transfer operation. Or the data must be scanned from a printed item, transferring it into a digital environment. All these conversions, we can arrange for you.
In addition to design and layout, we can handle the printing production for you. Ordering the correct print with all necessary specifications requires much experience. Through our extensive network we can always offer the best product at the most competitive price.
In many companies the presentation screen is a widely used communication tool. We can develop such a presentation for you in PowerPoint, complete with use of timelines. And provided with vector logos and graphics, making the presentation still look sharp on a large screen. Less well known is that such a presentation can also be made in PDF, if required with interactive elements and often an even more attractive result than in PowerPoint.