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GRAPHIC DESIGN & PRINT

Put your business in the hands of your clientele with the timeless craft of printed media

Printed material such as product labels, brochures, flyers, postcards, posters and banners are a great way to promote your products and/or services.

Beautiful stand-out product label design

You've created an amazing product to sell, now let's make it stand out and shine with some stunning labels! I will take you through the process from what's required on the label, sizing, and ideal sticker material for your particular product and budget.

Product Design by Sara-Jane Austen | Oryzae

Photography: Karaena Vincent yourstory.karaenavincent.co.nz

Product Design by Designerbloom Graphic Design

Photography: Roz McIntosh rozmcintosh.com

Product Label Designer | Jan James

Photography: Sophie Louise Creative sophielouisecreative.co.nz

Reinforce your message

Printed material provides your company the opportunity to saturate the market with your brand message. When consumers see your consistent branding on posters, flyers, packaging and postcards, your message is reinforced.

Treatment Menu Design | Design for Print
Treatment Menu Design | Design for Print

"Wow you never cease to amaze me with the cool designs you come up with". Heather

Connect with your consumer

Consumers walking or driving by a large sign, banner or poster will receive your message without having to do a thing. Postcards and brochures delivered to the homes of a targeted demographic can entice them to read your marketing message. Printed material connects with your consumer without waiting for them to initiate action. 

Staying power

Printed material has staying power in the home or office. An informational brochure or catalogue can be on-hand for reference, even when online options are not available. Some people prefer to bookmark printed material or make notes on the printed page.

Tissue Paper Design | Designerbloom Graphic Design | Wellington

Graphic Design for Print – my first area of expertise

It all started with graphic design for print; way back in 2002 when I was employed to design printed newsletters, annual reports and real estate adverts. I learned a lot about the printing process; 

  • How on-screen colour can vary drastically when printed
  • How colour limitations can affect the design
  • How you can only guarantee a colour outcome if you pay for costly Pantone inks (and even then you aren't guaranteed a 100% colour match or consistency)
  • How newspapers can destroy a beautiful piece of art!

How you benefit from my experience

It is from these years of experience and learning in an office environment (both from amazing co-workers and also companies able to pay for reprints after my mistakes!) that you can trust me with your print requirements today. There are so many factors that need to be considered when creating design for print, and I will manage all these processes for you, and explain along the way when necessary.

Designerbloom works with and recommends the below printers

 

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