We are a Sydney Graphic Design, Web Design and Web Development agency based in Sydney. We specialise in corporate identity, branding for print and electronic media.We understand how important it is to convey your corporate image or brand to current and potential clients. In this fast paced world, you have only seconds to capture the attention of a potential client, especially on the web, whether it is via your own website or your social media sites.
We also focus on your corporate identity, branding both for printed and electronic media. We have exacting standards and every project we work on, remains a design of which we must be proud. We can design and create your corporate identity and branding from your online presence to all print requirements as well as design and logo design, business cards, body copy layout, catalogues, newsletters, magazines, CD covers, CD booklets, book covers, flash animations, packaging, merchandising, point of purchase displays, posters, brochures, flyers, signs, film editing and website design.
Logos should be simple and something that sticks in the mind. One of the most famous logos is something as simple as Coca Cola's use of the Spencerian Script font. Have a look at logo ideas at this link Sydney Graphic Design and Web Development Navigation: This is very important, your site should be easy to use. If people find it difficult to find something on your site or if they get lost, they will move on. You have only seconds to retain their attention.
Sticking to the design fundamentals
e stick to the fundamental, well-established graphic design principles of Alignment, Balance, Contrast, Emphasis, Gestalt, Harmony, Movement, Proportion, Proximity, Repetition, Rhythm and Unity. Graphic Design Tools Whilst we use the industry standard Adobe suite, not all our designs are created on a computer. We are also inspired by the world around us, and some of our best work starts out with an idea scribbled down on a piece of paper.
Search Engine Optimisation
Promotion: SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) is the way your website will be found on search engines such as Google. You will need to decide if you want your website to be a place where your portfolio (images, biography etc.) can be displayed and where you direct clients to visit, or if it's a place that can promote you and your business. You might prefer to have your portfolio on a blog or social media site. For example, see An Icon Design's Facebook page. Once your site is up and running, it won't "just get found" unless you promote it with SEO. Be careful, since there are a lot of shysters out there promising that they can get you on Google's front page, but they can't deliver. I am testing one at the moment on the basis they promote my site and, only if they are successful, will I then advise my clients to use them. If you are a search engine optimiser and are interested, please contact me at paul@anicon-Design.com. Social media: Promotion of you and your site via Twitter, Facebook, Google+ & YouTube, blogs etc., is an excellent idea and is all the rage at the moment. This also leads back to SEO - see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_media_marketing Resources. Anything that you have in relation to images and text of you and your work will be needed for your site. However, do make sure that you own the copyright: if, for example, you proposed using photos from your work place, do you own the copyright, or is owned by your employer.
We start by looking at your brief or the project that you give us, finding out and understanding your product, brand and/or service and your target audience. Will it be based on a design that you already have? Do you have something already in mind? Do you want us to come up an entire concept/ideas, or a combination of both. The design should be connected to your product or service in a clever way to ensure that your brand stands out and is remembered. After an idea is decided upon, we will come up with 3 concepts for you to peruse. We will then work with your feedback and tweak the designs until you are completely satisfied, before it is printed or published.
I especially liked the CD Cover by Sydney Graphic Design at http://www.anicon-design.com/CD.html, with the subject being the silk road suite you've managed to capture and symbolise all the elements, The use of the rippling blue silk capturing the light the way it does, and the use of thread stenciled over the font, and again the use of thread to symbolis ethe map as the silk road travels from east to west and spreads out ovear the Eurasian Continent. Have you had any reaction from Kitaro.