With more than 25 years of print experience, I've perfected the right mix of skills and the right process to deliver great work for my clients. This comes from a first-hand knowledge of the printing process from concept to finished product.
You might be wondering why you still need print. In an increasingly paperless online world, print promotional material may seem endangered to many, and although a vast majority of Americans use the internet, not everyone does.
That “not everyone” may be interested in your product and your brochure. If you have a website, then you know that it takes more than social media to get people to visit your site.
Even if your prospect has connected with you electronically, most people respond positively to something in their hand — something they can contextually “feel.” A brochure, pamphlet, or one-pager may connect with a customer in ways other media can’t. Why not use every tool available to spotlight your products? A well-designed, informative print piece may mean the difference between adding a new client or losing an opportunity.
Good websites are always about the message. People who use the web are not passive viewers, they are actively engaged in research and their goal is to become educated about the products and services that interest them.
Every company should have a website that is good, well-thought-out, and achieves a purpose.