Successful businesses recognise the marketing potential of printed literature to maximise their exposure. Companies can fall into the trap of focusing all their efforts to online marketing and neglect graphic design for print to promote their product, service or brand. The truth is that, like all good relationships, one depends upon the other and print is just as important now as it always was.
At Weaver Creative we love what we do and we’ve been told that it shows. For years we have been looking after design and marketing for businesses both big and small. Not just Hertfordshire, Essex and the surrounding counties but in London, the rest of the UK and Europe too.
For a fresh new look at your marketing opportunities and a design approach to match the needs of your business, contact us on 07970 486 221. Or take advantage of a free design consultation. A perfect opportunity to talk to a graphic designer about your business, your ideas and your budget.
Brochures, magazines, catalogues, newsletters
Given serious thought to a new brochure or magazine to promote your brand, or catalogue to sell your products or service, or maybe a newsletter to deliver key messages to employees, stakeholders or customers? They are all extremely effective and affordable marketing tools and an important business strategy you can’t afford to miss. Printed marketing material not only promotes your brand, but also adds an extra dimension to your sales strategy, as consumers will be encouraged to read it at their leisure, anytime and anyplace.
Flyers, leaflets, promotional postcards
Attention grabbers that customers and visitors will want to pick up – not an easy task! With eye catching graphics and thought provoking copy, flyers, leaflets and promotional postcards can be incredibly powerful and cost-effective. And such a simple way to promote your product, service or brand.
Business cards, corporate stationery
We design business cards and corporate stationery including compliment slips, invoices and letterheads to create a professional image for your business and enhance your corporate identity.
Report and Accounts, corporate literature
Increasingly, Report and Accounts publications and other corporate literature are used as opportunities for organisations to further market and promote their business brand. Businesses are wising up to the fact that these are no longer simply financial and business progress statements. Make the most of the marketing opportunities to communicate with your target audience.
Media Advertising, direct mail campaigns
How do you highlight your presence in a competitive marketplace? If you’re a small to medium sized business, the high fees that most advertising agencies charge for media advertising are prohibitive. Weaver Creative bring you the power of a traditional agency at a much more realistic price, whether you’re looking for a simple B2B awareness-raising advertisement or direct mail campaigns.
Packaging design, product branding
Packaging design and product branding has to succeed on many levels to create an emotional connection with consumers – enough to pick it up, want to know what the product is, how it works and why they should buy it. We don’t get caught up in design for design’s sake – some great designs will probably never see the light of day as they forget to focus on the target audience – we study a product’s relevance and place in the market to craft exclusive designs for our clients. The ultimate goal and challenge is to create commercial packaging to influence consumer decision at the point of sale and promote your product brand to create instant brand recognition.
Everywhere you turn, in shops and streets, someone is telling you to what to buy and what to do. How do you make your signage memorable and still informative? Banners, posters and billboards produced by graphic designers create a memorable impression of your business; will launch a new service or product; promote a forthcoming event or simply build brand awareness.Our work takes into account a whole range of design criteria, including size, material, event specific or longer-term use, use of text fonts, balance of copy with images and how much information to give – sometimes ‘less is more’ can create a far greater impact.”