Graphic Design

What Is Graphic Design?

If you use any visual medium at all, you are using a form of visual communication called graphic design.

Common uses of graphic design include identity (logos and branding), web sites, publications (magazines, newspapers, and books), advertisements and product packaging.

At Creative TaLantz, we find out exactly “what message” you wish to convey and how you’d like to convey it. Next we go to work to produce results that fit your needs, and then apply it to your desired medium.

Don’t forget, we also produce aestetically pleasing, functional, and user friendly web sites.

Which Medium Is Right For You?

Whether you need company branding or logos, brochures, letterhead,business cards, web art, photo manipulation,  or imaging including dijital photography, Creative TaLantz  is ready to consult with you. Each medium has it’s own peculiarities, our job is to get your message across regardless of the medium.

We will take on any size project and work directly with you creating drafts for review and once the decision is made, move right to producing a work you can not only be proud of, but one that will represent your company or idea perfectly.

It all starts when you initiate contact from there the wheels of imagination and creativity kick into high gear. We can work within most any budget and timeline, so don’t put it off any longer contact us today!

Freelance Graphic And Web Design

Below you will find just some of the design & consulting services that we offer.

Logo Design & Brand Identity Design
Logo Design
Brand Identity Development
Corporate Branding
Tag Line Creation
Stationery (Letterhead, Business Cards, etc.)
Color Scheming
Idea Generation/Brainstorming
Consulting

Design & Development

Web Design & Development
Interface Design
eCommerce
Copywriting
CMS – Content Management Systems
Icon Design
Search Engine Optimisation
Editing, Management & Consultation
Banner Ad Design

Printed Material

Promotional Material
Brochures
Flyers
Posters
CD Covers
Photography
Plus more – just ask!