Great design, small price.
— when it comes to representing your business to your partners, customers, and prospects, being yourself is harder than it sounds — not to mention much more time consuming than it should be. So why bother having a logo, business cards, and maybe even a website? You know why. Because you need them to do business. But do these things really communicate that which is unique or valuable about your business? Do they start a good conversation, make a great impression, or move the relationship forward? Let’s face it
That conversation, you know the one, can be started, nurtured, and extended with the right communication pieces. A focused message that rocks your audiences and design that demands their attention — isn’t that what you’ve been looking for?
If you’re interested in starting a new kind of conversation with your customers, read on … and feel free to be yourself.
Your business cards, letterhead, signs, t-shirts, and everything in between all start with your logo, so it had better be good. First and foremost, it needs to start the conversation about who and what you are. That means clip art and ready-made solutions are out. Second, your logo needs to work for you, not make you work with its limitations. So when it comes to creating your logo, being uniquely you is indeed the best way to be represented, noticed and recognized by your customers.
From postcards to flats, you need to get noticed before your recipient walks ten steps to the recycle bin. Design that gets a second look is always the right answer and that means communicating your point in milliseconds. Otherwise, you might as well save a stamp.
Brochures, books, magazines, journals, and the like â€” you want people to read and interact with the information that took you so long to source, write, edit, and approve. Content is important and we believe it should be treated with the utmost care and attention. That means giving the text some air to breath and making the cover appealing and inviting to the reader â€” whoever that might be.
From holiday cards, to your office signage, to that big trade show next month. Doing business means crafting how your business looks â€” on paper, on screen, and in person â€” because impressions are lasting. Every place and piece that your current and future customers touch is a chance to excite (or sadly, disappoint). You do great work, so why not look as great as you are and create some memories?
Special occasions require special attention to set the tone for the event youâ€™ve so diligently planned. How can an online provider know you well enough to invite your guests in just the right way for this once-in-alifetime event? One-of-a-kind events deserve one-of-a-kind invitations.
let us do the rest.
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Be That Design is a full-service graphic design firm serving Minnesota and beyond — providing great looking graphic design without a designer price tag. Our fixed daily rate makes design affordable to individuals or organizations who need communication materials that are both good and a good deal. From logos, business cards, stationery, invitations, direct mail, to web design, we’ll make sure you look as good as the work that you do.
Published on May 14, 2012
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