At Evolving Media, we focus on client/team collaboration, using the creative tools at our disposal to create and combine words, symbols, illustrations, images and video, that you either provide, or we produce, to create a visual representation to sell your message.
Common uses of graphic design include;
Designing and developing a company logo is no easy task, it takes a lot of research, creativity, knowledge of ones craft, and listening skills. There is also the legality of the right to use the newly designed logo.
Does the logo infringe on other company designs?
Evolving Media was commissioned to design a new product logo for
Corporate Mobile Marketing in September 2016. We also designed and programmed a new responsive website, launched in October 2016. Visit www.corporatemobilemarketing.com to learn more.
The staple of any business, government agency, non-profit organization, or anyone who takes basic communications seriously.
"Your business card, is the first introduction that leaves a lasting impression in less that a few seconds."
Evolving Media designs and prints business cards, letterheads, envelopes, brochures, flyers, postcards, rack cards, catalogues, and other marketing materials. Ask us for more details or request an estimate.
Jeff Poissant, RGD. of Evolving Media, has had the pleasure of designing book covers, CD-ROM Labels, and typesetting the books for various authors over the years.
Here is an example, of one of my favourites, from the early years.
"Canadian Military History Since the 17th Century."
Another staple in the marketing mix. A well designed brochure or flyer, can provide a potential client all the information they need to make an informed decision. Whether you are selling a product or offering a service, people tend to hold on to a brochure if they are interested.
Evolving Media was commissioned to design and print a 3 panel brochure for the Friends of Glengarry Trails Association in Alexandria, Ontario.
Postcards and Rack cards are essentially the same. The most popular configuration is a 4x9 inch layout that you find at most Travel Information Centres. This size provides enough space to showcase your product or service, and it is small enough to fit in a woman's purse or a mans coat pocket.
Evolving Media was commissioned to photograph, write the promotional Ad copy, design and print a 4x9 inch rack card for the Glassblowing Place and Lulu Antiques in Alexandria, Ontario. The rack cards were distributed to all of the Tourism Information centres in Eastern Ontario.