De•sign [dih-zahyn]

"Design is so simple that is why it is so complicated." - Paul Rand

Graphic Design, not to be confused with fine art, is more utilitarian than you may think. Less is more. Furthermore, design is much more closely related to engineering than you may think; especially when you factor in the amount of work that goes into creating an efficient end product.

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    Web Design

    Your website's function is not to look pretty or disseminate raw information. Its function, first and foremost, is utilitarian followed by usefulness and ease of use. From this point, you will be able to properly enhance your website with aesthetic elements. All this will aid to inform your customers about your products while building trust in your brand and boasting a great user experience.

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    User Interface

    Robust not superfluous. A great user interface guides and directs users exactly where you need them to go without circuitous or confusing paths. A poorly planned navigation will ruin the overall product experience and distract users from reaching their intended target, which in most cases is the purchase of your product or service.

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    Print Design

    Elegant, clean, and to the point. Inherently un-dynamic, it is incredibly important to be accurate and precise in guiding potential customers with non-digital media. Print media has to accomplish a great deal utilizing very little, therefore efficient design is crucial.

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    Sports Court Logos

    Impressive, beautiful, and lasting. Our hand-painted sports court logos do not peel or scuff like vinyl logos and last for decades. Create a unique, vibrant piece of art that will wow your audience and leave them with a great, lasting impression of your academic institution or sports complex.