// PRINT ADVERTISING //
Print advertising describes advertising in a printed medium such as a newspaper, magazine, or trade journal. This encompasses everything from media with a very broad readership base, such as a major national newspaper or magazine, to more narrowly targeted media such as local newspapers and trade journals on very specialized topics.
A common type of print advertising are brochures (also sometimes referred to as a pamphlets). It is a type of folding leaflet, literary advertisement. Brochures may advertise locations, events, hotels, products, services, etc.
Brochures must be succinct in language and eye-catching in design. Direct mail and trade shows are common ways to distribute brochures to introduce a product or service. In hotels and other places that tourists frequently visit, brochure racks or stands may suggest visits to amusement parks and other points of interest.There are also interpersonal brochures, which are brochures based on other people. Then there are many others that you can find like in clinics that talk about our health.
The two most common brochure styles are single sheet, and booklet (folded leaflets) forms.
BROCHURES
LEAFLETS
CATALOGUES
NEWSPAPER &
MAGAZINE ADS
BILLBOARDS
POSTERS
DISPLAYS
PRESENTATIONS
CAMPAIGNS
MERCHANDISING
& MORE...
// CORPORATE IDENTITY //
Corporate identity is the "persona" of a corporation which is designed to accord with and facilitate the attainment of business objectives. It is usually visibly manifested by way of branding and the use of trademarks.
Corporate identity comes into being when there is a common ownership of an organisational philosophy that is manifest in a distinct corporate culture - the corporate personality. At its most profound, the public feel that they have ownership of the philosophy.
In general, this amounts to a corporate title, logo (logotype and/or logogram), and supporting devices commonly assembled within a set of guidelines. These guidelines govern how the identity is applied and confirm approved colour palettes, typefaces, page layouts and other such methods of maintaining visual continuity and brand recognition across all physical manifestations of the brand.

LOGOTYPES
BRAND IDENTITY
NAMING
LETTERHEAD

& STATIONARY
COLLATERAL
SIGNERY
TRADESHOW BOOTHS
& MORE...

// NEW MEDIA //
A web site is an online identity of a company or of an individual involved in Internet Marketing. The task associated with the web site is to represent a company, sell company’s name, attract more visitors, generate more business leads, promote more sale of company’s products and services and ultimately, help to gain more return on investment.
In this era of advanced technology, electronic commerce have highly dominated the marketing practice, and due to easy availability and affordability of the Internet, people are running after it and making huge profit at the comfort of their home.
What is important for your business is, to prepare a website that is well designed, attractive, easy to navigate, highly usable, good content, full of relevant information, enough functionalities and are capable of retaining visitors for long and make them come back again.
To achieve all the above mentioned strategies, your web site must be made from qualified website designers and developers who can put their best acquired knowledge and experience to make a suitable portal that can turn each visitors into potential buyers.

WEB DESIGN

MOBILE APPS
E-COMMERCE
ON-LINE ADVERTISING
MAILING
BANNERS
HOSTING
DOMAIN REGISTRATION
HOSTING
MULTIMEDIA CD/DVDs
& MORE...

// PACKAGING //

The packaging and labels can be used by marketers to encourage potential buyers to purchase the product. Package graphic design and physical design have been important and constantly evolving phenomenon for several decades. Marketing communications and graphic design are applied to the surface of the package and (in many cases) the point of sale display.

You may or may not be aware of how important package design really is. If the design is not appealing to a customer (design obsessed or not), then why would they buy it? They want products that match their lifestyle. Package design is an example of how important a first impression is. If two products by different companies are exactly the same, with maybe only a slight variation in the price, then how do you make your decision? You might pick the one that's a few cents less, but in many cases you will subconsciously pick the one that feels right for you. That being said, you need to make sure that your product fits your demographic.

BOXES
CONSUMER PACKAGES
LABELS
STICKERS
SHOPPING BAGS
SALE POINTS
MOCKUPS
BRAND IDENTITY
NAMING
& MORE...
// PHOTOGRAPHY //

The Major Purpose of Advertising is to arouse the consumers desire to own any given product. Photography is used to stimulate these desires to an act and purchase. The photos must illustrate, explain, excite, and help create this desire for any given advertised product. The consumer and/or reader will be exposed to these images in a varied media formats: magazines, newspapers, television, billboards and now even the Internet.

It’s a Team Effort.
The photographer in the advertising industry rarely works alone, for their talents must synchronize with those of the other part of the team, the art director. Together they must communicate ideas and work together on the final ‘look’ or ‘feeling’ of the illustration. The art director, however, works on other aspects of the advertisement such as the copy, the over-all layout, typography, and the space and media in which the final ad will be placed and seen. The photographer, therefore, must work in harmony with the total plans of the art director, who is responsible for the complete visual appearance of the advertisement.

ADVERTISING
INDUSTRIAL
STILL LIFE
ARCHITECTURE
DIGITAL
& MORE...