Graphic Designing

Graphics that impact your business. Bring life to your images.

Digital graphic design plays a large role in UI design. It helps to constantly read graphic design blogs that will provide you with tips on typography, logo styles guides and color palettes. Elements like these can have a huge impact on a product’s branding and usability. As a UX designer, it’s also crucial to know how things like typography can affect aspects like visual hierarchy. But that’s not the only reason why you should read graphic design blogs. They also help you to stay abreast of the latest trends and developments in the design industry. Why is that important, you ask?

A bold and memorable logo is important for generating new business and attracting return customers. As a promotional products company, we have seen our fair share of poorly designed logos. If you want to market your business by placing your logo on one of our promotional products or by designing print and online materials, you’ll need graphic design skills. Beginners and established artists alike can benefit from online resources created for graphic designers.

Thankfully, there are endless amounts of resources online for graphic designers at any level. Whether you need inspiration, want to learn a new skill, or are eager to show off your talent, the internet is teeming with blogs and guides.

As graphic designer Gareth David said in his Youtube video, What is Graphic Design, design is about “thinking, problem solving and practicality”. It’s about finding a solution to a problem. Following graphic design blogs is not only a great way to get inspired, but also a way to think outside the box. Here’s why: following other niches of graphic design can help you come up with creative solutions to problem solving. Let’s say you work solely in digital UI design, that doesn’t mean that you can’t, and shouldn’t take inspiration from other niches.

A stark example of this would be the use of print design in VR app UIs. Once again gaining much traction in the app development market, VR app designs often take inspiration from traditional print. That is because this type of design works better when space and distance become factors. By using print design in VR apps, designers were able to solve a usability problem by applying traditional graphic design concepts.

Final thoughts

Obviously, depending on the kind of work you do, what background you’re coming from and what type of design you do, some graphic design blogs will be more helpful than others. For optimal results, you should base the types of blogs you follow around the following: Your line of work The type of UI design required of your job The type of clients or company you work for The type of branding you want to enforce How you like to consume content Deciding on these factors can help you narrow down the perfect blogs that will help boost your job performance and enhance your general knowledge of design. As we’ve said before, knowing about all facets of graphic design is a great benefit, but certain blogs will definitely be of more benefit than others, depending on where you find yourself in your career.

The process of optimizing the website and its content for making them pertinent to different regions in the world is referred to as Global SEO. The website content should be such that it can appeal and work for different users hailing from different regions and speaking different languages. Furthermore, the content needs to be optimized for every regions’ search engine results and make sure that the search engines can easily identify the target countries and languages of the business. In a nutshell, Global SEO or International SEO means optimizing the websites for different nations and languages. There is no doubt about the fact that Global SEO is a big opportunity to attract the maximum web traffic and sales and if used correctly, you can get a huge return on investment from this venture.

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Search engines such as Google and Bing use bots to crawl pages on the web, going from site to site, collecting information about those pages and putting them in an index. Think of the index like a giant library where a librarian can pull up a book (or a web page) to help you find exactly what you’re looking for at the time.

Next, algorithms analyze pages in the index, taking into account hundreds of ranking factors or signals, to determine the order pages should appear in the search results for a given query. In our library analogy, the librarian has read every single book in the library and can tell you exactly which one will have the answers to your questions.

Our SEO success factors can be considered proxies for aspects of the user experience. It’s how search bots estimate exactly how well a website or web page can give the searcher what they’re searching for.

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Logo Designing

  • 2 colour themes and basic ideas will be discussed and shared initially.
  • Customization is available upto 4-5 improvisation.
  • Prices will be finalized based on the characteristics of thde final logo.






Letterhead Designing

  • Colour themes based on the logo.
  • 2-3 header & footer combinations to choose from.
  • Customization is available upto 1-2 improvisation.
  • Content to be provided at the start for proper placement.
  • Prices will be finalized based on the charateristics of the letterhead.



Broschure Designing

  • Complete content to be provided by the client at the start.
  • 2 colour themes and basic ideas will be discussed and shared initially.
  • 2 Pages-Front & Back included(A4 design in Bi-Fold or Tri-Fold).
  • Customization in design is available upto 1-2 improvisation.
  • No additionss in the content will be done at any point.
  • Prices will be finalized based on the characteristics of the final design.

Post Creation

  • Colour theme based on the logo and brand identity, based on which template will be finalized.
  • Good quality images to be provided by the client & logo png format.
  • Type of post need to be selected at the start only, and no changes will be done in that.
  • A set of atleast 5 posts must be selected to start the project.
  • Changes will be done only once, after sharing for the approval.

Prices will be finalized based on the characteristics of the posts

Booklet/Catalog Designing

  • Complete content and images to be provided by the client at the start.
  • 2 colour themes and basic ideas will be discussed and shared initially.
  • Upto 10 pages included(Including front and back).
  • Customization in design is available upto 1-2 improvisation.
  • No additions in the content will be done at any point.
  • Prices will be finalized based on the characteristics of the final design.