So you want a website that oozes design and sophistication….but how do you achieve this? How can you be sure your designer or copywriter knows what you want? Are you sure that he or she can accurately translate your vision? At Design106, we must be faithful to you as a client. It’s not about creating a website just for the sake of it. Every website should have a purpose. Creating a website is about creating the right message according to your ideas and thoughts, so it can represent your business accurately. Keep scrolling to see how we help our clients create useful, efficient, and purpose-driven websites.
Branding is more than a logo design. It’s the whole thinking that communicates the values, vibes, and intentions of the company and lets customers experience it. We want to show you the importance of adding this way of thinking to your company so your business’ performance and public image can work together in the same direction.
When you have your own website, a good design can make a big difference in today’s competitive world. If you know this, the appropriate thing is to look for professional designers. We can help you to build up graphically what you want – leading to excellent results. Sometimes your vision and your designer’s vision don’t seem to line up well; here we give you some easy tips to establish a good relationship between you and your designer.The designer need to be in as good a mood as possible to be able to work as effectively as possible. Clients can play a big part in this happiness feeling. They contribute to having a good sense of team work (client-designer) and a better creative flow. How does a client achieve that? Through good communication, talking and listening to each other can bring the greatest design. Remember the designer’s job is to translate your concepts into a visual form, but with extra creative flair.
Logos are part of the first impression customers have of companies. A logo represents your brand and the products or services you are offering. When starting, it’s not that common that a company pays attention to the image. But sooner or later it will have to. Sometimes, it is a bad design or a good one that worked well and you didn’t change it through the years. So, you didn’t realize you needed it to revamp it. Here is some advice to consider when creating a new logo, so you can enhance your company image.