Freetimers’ can be a one-stop design shop for our clients, and so whilst our primary focus is on-screen design, our designers cover a wide range of design styles and also have extensive print and publication design experience. In short, we can design to just about any brief, and use context.
Whether it be an initial corporate identity, enhancement of an existing one, business cards and company letterheads, leaflets, brochures, banners, signs, vehicle livery, Christmas cards and calendars, Yellow pages advertisements or glossy magazine advertising, Freetimers can design what you need for costs at significantly below what it would cost at a London design agency.
Freetimers has considerable experience in corporate identity and brand creation and enhancement, and have been producing Logos and corporate stationary packs, etc. For more than 10 years. Often for new start ups we will also help our client define their company or brand identify, logos and colour-ways, and then have everything printed for them in readiness for the launch of their website. Click on these links to find out more about our Logo design or Branding design and corporate identify work.
If you need to have leaflets, brochures, brochure folders or printed catalogues we can either just produce designs for you, with print-ready artwork, or we can do the design and manage the print process from beginning to end. Click on this link to find out more about our Leaflet and Brochure Design service.
Even with the power of the Internet, most of our clients still from time to time advertise in trade magazines, newspapers and directories, including Yellow Pages and Thomson Directory, and may require our professional design assistance. If you have any requirements in this respect our experienced designers would be happy to help you. Click here to find out more about our Advert and Directory Design Service.
To discuss your requirements for any print related graphic design requirements, contact Greg Poulson on 01604 626477.
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