Making sure your product or service is seen the way you want it to. Leave a strong and pleasant impression with your future clients.
Art & Design
To create a strong brand presence the visuals need to be top notch. Nothing short of the best should decorate your company or product. Well designed products are pleasing to the eye and will comfort the user just by looking at it.
When we’re talking about development we’re usually talking about the technical side of for example an app or a website. There is a lot more to programming than meets the eye and is usually the most time-consuming phase of a project.
Either a live-action or an animation this is a very viable option, especially since you can tell a whole lot without boring the viewer. Engage users on multiple platforms. If you want to inform your client and are aware of the value, you should definitly not miss out on this.
Good ol’ print. Due to its production cost, print is actually really valuable. Once your product or service is set in print you won’t regret your venture within these realms. Besides that; print is often simply put: necessary.
Social platforms make the line between the company and customer very, VERY short. When done right you can engage with users and make them feel connected to your enterprise.
Defining and (re)designing of the company identity. Usually both are based around the core values and the products and/or services the company provides.
Branding a product is to give a face to your venture. You’ll want your customers feel attracted to and identified by your product(s) and/or service(s).
It’s PR time. Creating brand awareness of your company in a positive manner. Even more important than a good design is how and where the message is spread.
Simple and straightforward. You want people to know about your product or service and to do that you need to design the right spotlight for your it.
Art & design
It’s the most common service in the creative field. The art of carefully creating graphics based upon established rules of design.
As the name suggest it’s the art of illustrating. It’s somewhere in between design and drawing. It’s often a set of illustrations and goes well with articles, books etc.
Books, magazines, articles etc. The combination of design and text. Typography is the all binding factor accompanied by visually interesting and supporting elements.
A well designed (and prepared) presentation is half the work and takes away a lot of pressure when trying to persuade your audience.
The design of how users are going to interact with your website, app or (art)installation and make it as intuitive as possible.
The design of characters is giving a personality to the design of an entity which could function in for example a story or mascot of a brand.
Usually the end of a chain of work leading to the end product being designed, produced and made ready for publishing.
It’s used to show what a product or service could look like but without details in order to keep the design free to changes in a later stage of production.
This is close to product design but dedicated to the packaging of the actual product. Also when designing a lot of thought is put into the production proces and sustainability.
The design of the website or application. The proces of design before coding the product for online publication.
This is both the “how does it work” and “what is it going to look like”. So the mechanics of the game and the product on the shelves.
Like character design but for environments. For example a visual representation of a place in a game or a stand on a commercial fare.
User Interface (UI)
Not as complex as it sounds. The interface is what you’re looking at right now. A layer to make interactions easier with buttons, icons etc. based of an interaction design.
Brining our interfaces into reality, usually by looking through a camera or special glasses and rendering digital images within the space in front of you.
Opposed to AR it brings us into a digital world with a VR-headset and depending on the complexity you can move within that world.
The need for websites to adapt in order to be shown the right way on either mobile, tablet or desktop.
User Experience (UX)
The UX is the part which is designed as an idea of how the product is going to be used. Always prior to the initial interaction and interface design.
Webbased apps are webpages specifically made for mobile and mobile functionality. Big advantage is that there is no need for store approval in order to release your app.
Content Management System is used to give clients the opportunity to change content like images and text on their website.
Search Engine Optimalization(SEO)
If you want to advertise effectively you need a good insight in what your content does and how you could go about improving so you’re on top of the charts in your expertise.
The full scope ranging from concept, storyboard, shooting and publishing and everything in between those phases.
The skill to match every shot into it’s sequence with the same lighting and a good flow of color temperature.
Breathing life into static art can be a great way to tell a story. With really simple shapes or complex rotoscopes, whatever fits the concept.
Shooting the actual video capturing all the shots thought out in the storyboard.
Empowering the footage that has been shot by using the right parts in a sequence that’s pleasing to look at.
Explosions. And of course the subtle smoke effects, dust and all the small things that make the movie look better.
This mostly comes down to title animations that get the audience ready for a great experience. Good for movie openings and sports-events.
Photography is yet another art form on it’s own. A great way to enhance webdesign. If these two work together well, you’ll definitely have a winner.
Probably the first thing you’ll want when starting a business and upgrade every few years.
A folder is a great way to inform people of what you are doing and what you have to offer them. The form depends on the goal of the information.
Flags are mostly used to decorate the front of the building. Be aware of replacement every now and then.
You’ll want your shop to represent your brand. Your customers should instantly recognize the store by it’s brand and vice versa.
When making a sale, words can only cover so much. A brochure can cover all you want to tell or at least help you make your point.
If you’re serious about your venture in the food industry you’ll want your accessories branded.
A quick notice handed to people who you’ll want to visit your store, festival or make aware of your cause.
Both clothing as the end-product for you line of clothing or outfits for work branded with your companylogo.
Ranging from the design to the production. Got a sponsorship? Get good shirts and branded equipment.
Spreading the word of your (new) brand can really elevate your product or company and increase involvement when done right.
Good advertising comes down to a strong and well timed message through the right channel. Engage your audience and increase your sales.
You’ll always need a battle plan for your campaign. It’s the key to the succes and with that a good ROI.
Everybody has seen these. Googles advertising channel makes sure you are seen when it’s set up the right way.