Tag Archive: print design

Therapeutic Journeys gets a total marketing package!

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Brand Identity, Marketing Collateral & Website Design Therapeutic Journeys, LLC, a brand new company offering a wide range of hypnotherapy services is our latest client! We started less than two weeks ago, with a logo and a website layout started by another developer that didn’t have the time to finish the project on schedule. The...

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Using Effective Design to Engage Users

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Design is one of the most important considerations when you’re contemplating upgrades or an overhaul to your website or print materials. While there is no substitute for appropriate messaging, the design of your printed piece or your website is the first thing a user responds to. Design often determines whether a user engages in your...

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A New Website for Majestic Building Maintenance

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Majestic Building Maintenance, Inc. is enjoying the new website just developed for them by Axxis Design Group. Majestic is a commercial cleaning services company that specializes in restaurant cleaning, office cleaning, post construction clean up services, and real estate-owned property maintenance services. Headquartered in Dublin, Ohio, they are expanding rapidly to other locations in the...

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Design: Why Less is More.

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Simplify design for better marketing results. I stood by my client as he proudly showed me the two-page spread he’d bought in the local yellow page directory, and cringed. He’d allowed the salesperson to turn the design and messaging over to their graphics department. My client had given them a laundry list of things to include, and...

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Paper Specifications for Printing

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Paper Stock: The higher the number, the thicker the stock. 100lb. paper stock is heavier than 80lb, and so on. 13-14pt stock is where business card or post card stock should start, as it gives a higher-quality feel to the hand. Paper Finish: A GLOSSY finish is great for many reasons; graphics pop, it’s practically...

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Your Business Card

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How to improve the performance of  the hardest working tool in your arsenal! Your business card should be quality stuff. It does NOT have to cost you an arm and a leg. Cards printed on your computer on sheet-fed stock are too thin. Your cards will warped just from peeling them off of the backing paper. This...

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