Marketing Flyers, Sell Sheets, Leave Behind Information
Whatever you call them, we specialize in the design and printing of flyers and sell sheets. Whether you want to send brochure or flyers to potential customers through a mail marketing campaign, or have sell sheets to leave behind after a sales call, we specialize in designing these type of marketing pieces.
If you need it, we can can also provide mail services associated with a mail marketing campaign. But that’s for another post. We can also print these flyers for you no matter the quantity you need. Or if a flyer is simply going to be a part of your digital campaign, we can provide the flyer in an electronic format.
Take a look here at some of our past pieces.
Uses for Stickers and Labels
We have helped many customers with their sticker and label needs. We’re experts in helping you select the correct products. Whether you need a label with instructions for your product, or a weatherproof contact information sticker for your outdoor equipment, we know how to help!
Labels and stickers come in many different delivery formats also. We can provide you labels on rolls, on sheets, or as cut sizes. We can also do oversize labels in small to single quantities. We can even do specialty labels for your food products. For instance, we’ve provided HOT POUR labels for a barbecue sauce sell. These labels are applied to the container prior to the hot product being poured in. The labels are able to withstand the heat of the HOT POUR.
Some other examples of stickers labels and decals that we’re able to provide for customers are: Business card stickers which may be applied to leave behind materials, dealership labels which are removable, but can be used on the car to promote a feature or service, QR codes to be applied to equipment with a link to instructions, address labels, and calendar stickers.
As mentioned here, we can also do labels for your vehicles.
trying out the new features available on adobe illustrator:
Custom Gradients/3-d effects/transparency Blends*
*Not a new feature, but practicing.
Take a look here:
We design logos! Logo Design is an involved process which requires a lot of communication with your client.
LOGO DESIGN Considerations:
- What type of group needs the logo? A Company? A Non-Profit? A Start-Up? A re-design of an existing logo?
- What is the nature of the group? What are they trying to sell if they’re a company? Or who are they trying to help if they’re a non-profit?
- What color(s)?
- Any font preferences?
- Do they want specific symbols?
- What mood are they trying to convey? Serious? Fun? Reliable…
Here is a series of logo design efforts for a recent client. You can see, we went through many logo design versions before we arrived at the final.
This customer wanted a logo design for their new start-up: a Bio Bank that will use cold storage to store biological samples such as blood, DNA, viruses. The customer wanted the logo to convey ‘cold’. We also tried versions which showed what they were storing. Along the way, we experimented with different colors as well as fonts. Below, please see the final logo design!
Happy Black Friday: one of the biggest shopping days of the year! We’re not shopping at Allegra. Instead, we’re practicing design skills. Today’s sample uses several design concepts: Font Pairing, Color Theory, and Envelope Warp in Adobe Creative Cloud Illustrator.
These skills can be used in any design project including: T-shirt design, invitation design, booklet design, media guide design, card design, banner design, sign design, flyer design, and logo design.