Print design is a graphic design process used to visually communicate information. The design is printed on a tangible surface, such as paper, cardboard, plastic, or metal. Print design is done for many purposes, but the main two are marketing and brand awareness. Even with digital designs seemingly everywhere, it’s clear that print design isn’t going away anytime soon. A successful marketing campaign should be comprehensive and reach potential customers in a variety of ways, including a blend of digital and print advertising.
Types of Print Design
Business Card • Banner • Book Cover • Brochure • Label & Packaging • Poster • Shopping Bag • Vehicle Wrap • Menu • Calendar • Clothing • Flag • Folder • Gift Card • Greeting Card • Invitation • Leaflet • Letterhead • Postcard • Sticker • Tickets
What We Did
- Graphic Design
The ultimate goal of Stone Distribution’s product catalog is to sell their products. However, we took it a step further by incorporating their services and brand within custom page tabs. These strategic design helps tell their story and build relationships with potential clients.
Owatonna Groundsmasters let local homeowners know they were active in their area with this service-based door hanger. The project photos and special discount offer enticed potential clients to invest in lawn maintenance services.
Mayo Clinic requested a clear, clean, and well-organized course catalog for their Division of Cardiovascular Diseases. We focused on user experience to promote the comprehensive courses and conferences available to the medical community.
We designed this restaurant menu for Ootori Sushi to represent their unique brand and menu items. The classic and simple fonts complemented their bright and bold entrée photos. We used brand elements within the text hierarchy to help diners easily find their favorite menu item.
Even in the era of the online and digital platforms, print advertising is still an important aspect of an effective marketing strategy. We design printed materials that not only provide information, but help the user experience your brand in unique ways.