Gleneden Ridge Design Blog
Each month, we highlight one of our customers, what they do, and how we work with them. This month, we’re featuring TechPoint Networks and Technical Services.
Digital verses lithographic print: how do they compare? This post talks about the print process, whether to choose traditional lithographic offset print or modern digital print for your commercial print projects.
Most people who use the internet have heard about responsive web design but what is a responsive site? If you’re technical you’ll already know. If not, read on.
These days, everything is online, especially at the moment with the COVID-19 pandemic continually looming over us. We browse online, shop online, chat online and we even watch TV online. So, with all of this electronic media and streaming going on, how are traditional brochures and flyers still relevant today?
Customer Database marketing is a technique that companies such as those in the consumer industry use to target their existing customers in order to boost sales by building loyalty, increasing order frequency, and order value.
So you’ve chosen your company colors, you’ve got your logo, graphics, and imagery, but what about fonts?
If you have an existing website, but you’re struggling to attract visitors, have security worries, need help marketing, developing or adding features or want to advertise promotions, then we can help.
In a previous post, we discussed some color theory, and some ways to choose the right colors for your brand. In this post we’ll talk about how you can convert these colors to standard color methodologies so that you can start using them in print and online.
Following on from our previous ‘Brand Styling Overview’ post, today we’ll be discussing colors, in particular, color wheels, a bit of color theory, and how to create a balanced pallet of complimentary colors for your brand.
Building your business into a recognized brand can be a long, daunting, and arduous process. There will be many areas of your corporate branding that do not conform to anything else that you have. Your company stationery may have your logo on, but may not use the same fonts as your brochure, which may not use the same colors as your advertising, which have completely different imagery to your website.