Free print design ideas
We’re almost at the start of a brand new year and that’s a great time to consider your company’s print design. You can take advantage of our free print design ideas and use them as a foundation for your business design in 2015. In this blog post we’ll round up some free print design ideas that you could use for your business. If you would like to discuss some of these ideas with us then don’t hesitate to contact us.
The first impression
The old saying says that you only have one chance at a first impression and that’s certainly true when it comes to your print design. What impression does your logo create? Do you appear formal and respectable? That may be ideal if you’re running an accountancy company or a firm of lawyers but will be less than ideal if your company plans children’s parties. Your logo needs to match the expectation of your customers. If it sends out the wrong impression then you could put people off your company before they communicate with you for the first time.
Where does your design appear?
It’s pretty unlikely that your design will just be appearing in print nowadays. It’ll likely be on your website, you may be exhibiting it at conferences or showing it on other media. You need to make sure that your corporate design looks good on all of these. If it looks odd on a computer screen or doesn’t appear well on paper then your design is letting you down. Consider all the places your design will appear and all the forms it will take before you make any decisions.
How will it date?
This is also important to consider. Designs which are particularly trendy don’t tend to date well. You might create a logo or design that looks fantastically contemporary at the moment but in two or three years you might find yourself having to redesign everything as fashions and trends have moved on. If you want a logo or design that you can use for years to come then make sure you consider this at the outset.
What will you be doing to change your design in 2015. We think our free print design ideas are a great starting point but we’d love to know what you have in mind. Let us know in the comments below or get in touch with us on our Twitter profile. We wish you every success in 2015.