Inspire Confidence In Your Customers, The Credibility & Confidence Of Intelligent, Functional Design
ARMOR’s graphic design is a creative process that places a designer with our client, to consider our client’s needs, and how to meet them with producers of form (e.g., printers, programmers, sign makers, etc.). We undertake the design to convey a specific message to your target audience. Our design integrates a number of artistic and professional disciplines that focus on visual communication and presentation. ARMOR’s unique concepts and designs increase the marketability of a website, product, business card, or any other media, by applying the latest techniques from the fields of visual communications and communications design.
During the design process, we combine words, symbols, and images to create a sharp visual representation of ideas and messages. A graphic designer will use typography, visual arts, multimedia, and printed material to produce the end result you want.
We will find the best way to visually communicate a message that gets the reaction you want from your audience. First, we listen to your concerns and your goals, then we customize your designs to work best for you. Our design studio strives to create a product that promotes your business and inspires confidence in your customers.
As part of your brand identity and marketing strategy, you may need some printed material. We design eye-catching business cards, letterhead, envelopes, DVD labels, and more.
We also design engaging collateral materials including brochures, posters, print ads, catalogs, and signage. We have the experience and creativity to present your message in a compelling and credible manner.
When you’re ready to show the world what you have to offer, ARMOR will help you do that successfully with the following services:
Fliers / Sell Sheet Design
So You Need A Logo And A Brand?
There is a process for that. The design work we do for brand and logo reflects a style that follows simple icon design parameters. We get to know your business, your vision, and create a few variations to revise.
We go through a number of steps to define your brand.
. . . and 30 pages later, you have a brand and a definition of your company. To define your company and create a business environment that is conducive to grow, you need a well engineered, functional brand that allows your marketing team to not waste a lot of time and money establishing a weak idea.