KartS Design - FAQ


What services do you provide?


  • UXUI Design 
  • Web Development 
  • Business Website Design & Development 
  • Landing Page Design & Development 
  • Web App Design & Development 
  • Mobile App Design & Development 
  • E-commerce Design & Development 
  • Icon Design 
  • Infographic Design 
  • Website’s Content Creation 
  • Programming and Coding 


  • 3D Graphic Design 
  • 2D Graphic Design  
  • Web Ads Design 
  • Presentation Design 
  • Logo Design 
  • Custom Graphic Design 
  • Business Graphic Design 
  • Printed Banners Design 
  • Billboard Design 
  • Poster Design 
  • Roll-up Design 
  • Catalogue Design 
  • Flyer Design 
  • Offer Design 
  • Business Card Design 
  • Icon Design 
  • Infographic Design 
  • Business Paper Design 
  • Social Media Graphic Design 


  • Brand Strategy 
  • Visual Identity 
  • Logo Design 
  • Business Paper Design 
  • Print Design 
  • Digital Design  
  • Naming and Slogans 


  • Marketing Content  
  • Advertising Content 
  • Social Media Content 
  • Copywriting 
  • Video & Animations
  • Photography 





For whom do you provide services?

We offer comprehensive business services catering to a diverse clientele, including small, medium-sized, and large companies, corporations, start-ups, and solo entrepreneurs. Our services are provided remotely, enabling us to collaborate with businesses worldwide. With established branches in both the UK and Poland, we ensure a global reach.

Our versatility extends across various industries, having successfully partnered with businesses from diverse fields. While we boast experience across sectors, our expertise shines in the medical, technology, industrial, and service sectors. However, our commitment to excellence means we welcome collaborations with clients from all industries, always eager to explore new markets and expand our horizons.

How does working with you look like?


To start working with us just email or call us and tell us about your project. Feel free to tell us about your expectations, requirements, and plans for the project – if you have any. We are always happy to meet new people. 


To guide the work well, it is worth thinking it through and planning it well. If the project’s specifics require it – we carry out market and competition analyses and audience research before we start work. 


Typically, we carry out the work from general to detail. First, we establish the plan and scope, then we do the analysis and research, then the initial sketches, then the mock-ups, and then the final designs (we usually do several versions to work out with you which are the most relevant, and test which work best for the audience). It’s also up to you how involved you want to be in the design processes – you can leave everything to us from start to finish, or if you prefer we can regularly consult with you on the stages of the work. 


We carry out project work based on a predetermined plan and schedule. We have established processes and ways of working that streamline our work – but we are also always flexible to the client’s expectations and the specifics of the individual project. 


Once you have finally approved the design – we provide you with the files in the necessary formats.  

When it comes to the design of the Internet website, handing over the project will be putting the finished website into production and checking that all the functionalities work properly. 

What will I receive in cooperation?

In the course of our collaboration, you can expect:

  • Completed and Tailored Projects: We aim to deliver comprehensive and meticulously crafted projects. Whether you require graphics, documents, or other materials, we furnish ready-made solutions in suitable formats tailored to your specifications.
  • Informational Support: Your queries and concerns matter to us! You can always rely on our support if you need clarification or additional information, or have any questions related to your project. Our team is readily available to address your inquiries and guide you through every aspect of our collaboration.

Our objective is to provide you with a finalized product and instill confidence that we stand by you at every stage. Our collaborative efforts ensure that your project aligns seamlessly with your expectations and requirements.

How does the delivery look like?

The project delivery process is as follows:

  1. Final Version Agreement: Once the project is completed and we receive your approval on the final version, we initiate the handover process.

  2. Copyright Transfer: Alongside the handover, we transfer the complete copyright of the created materials to you. This ensures that you own the project entirely, granting you full freedom for its usage.

  3. Format Preparation: Following the approval of the final design, we prepare the required formats and files. The materials are provided to you in the most convenient and useful formats.

  4. Design Delivery: We deliver the finalized design to you, typically through electronic means. At this point, the design becomes your property, allowing you unrestricted usage. (Specific project submissions can occur via Google Drive, emails, etc.)

We take pride in each project’s completion, emphasizing a transparent and rewarding handover process for you. Your success is our priority, and we empower you with full control over the project once it reaches completion.

What do you need for a quote?

To make an accurate quote for your project, we need:

– Project Guidelines: the more detailed and clear guidelines we get from you, the more precise our quote will be. Tell us about your goals, expectations and needs.

– Details and Functionality: If your project has specific functionalities, technical details, or other important elements, we must have a full view of this information. This will allow us to consider all the needs of the project.

How much?

Creative work is inherently unique, making it challenging to provide a fixed price list. Nevertheless, we’ve crafted approximate quotes for specific projects – reach out to us for further details.

Our efficient solutions and streamlined processes not only enhance our work but also optimize costs for you. We’re flexible and can tailor our approach to align with your budget expectations for individual projects. Go ahead – contact us for a quote 🙂 

Why Karts Design?

Karts Design was created to combine top-quality creative services, with an understanding of the market, business principles and strategy development. 

We help businesses grow with eye-catching designs that sell and increase audience engagement. We create content that looks great and works for your business. 

Why Karts Design? 

– excellent quality 

– measurements, research, and strategy for your business (we analyze and research market, competitors, and audience) 

– extensive knowledge and experience in design 

– working with a team that understands you and your business needs 

– innovative and efficient solutions that save time and money for clients  

– we automate our designing processes, use AI and machine learning, and find new tools and better ways of designing. 

– cooperation models suited to your business and your specific project 

– our prices are competitive – we keep them in line with average market prices but deliver the highest quality and results to the client 

We love what we do. We are passionate about it. And from this passion comes the greatest quality. Supported by knowledge, learning, and thousands of hours of practice. 

How to start working with you?

To start working with us with us, just drop us an email or give us a call. Share the details of your project, including your expectations, requirements, and any specific plans you might have. We are always delighted to connect with new individuals and explore the possibilities of working together 🙂

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What Web Design services do you provide?

We offer comprehensive web design services, from concept development and UXUI design to site building, programming, and implementation.

We design, every element needed for the website, and we take care of the selection of images, graphics, icons, and infographics.

We also create marketing and sales strategies for the website and handle the SEO process.

Once the website is implemented, we can also take care of the technical maintenance of the website.

List of services:

  • UXUI Design 
  • Web Development 
  • Business Website Design & Development 
  • Landing Page Design & Development 
  • Web App Design & Development 
  • Mobile App Design & Development 
  • E-commerce Design & Development 
  • Icon Design 
  • Infographic Design 
  • Website’s Content Creation 
  • Programming and Coding 
  • SEO services
  • Website maintenance and technical support
  • Website’s marketing & sales strategy
  • Website optimization
What types of websites are there?

There are different types of websites, depending on their purpose. The most common types of websites are:

* Company websites
* Online shop websites
* Information websites
* Blog pages
* Portfolio websites
* Educational websites
* Entertainment websites
* Web Applications
* Web Portals
* Landing Pages

What is the delivery time for creating a website?

The lead time for website design depends on the complexity of the website. For simple websites, the lead time ranges from a few days to a few weeks. For more complex websites, the lead time can be up to several months.

What are the stages of website development?

The website development process can be divided into the following stages:
– Customer needs analysis
– Concept development
– Graphic design
– Website construction
– Functionalities
– Implementation
– Optimisation

What are the benefits of having a website?

Having a website is an excellent way to promote your business or brand. Websites allow you to showcase your products or services, provide information about your company’s offerings, and communicate with your customers.

What are the factors influencing website effectiveness?

The effectiveness of a website depends on many factors, including:

  1. Navigation and Structure:
    • Intuitive navigation: Users should easily find the information they need.
    • Content Hierarchy: The structure of the site should be organized with a clear hierarchy of information.
  2. Content:
    • Valuable and Unique Content: Content should be engaging, useful, and tailored to the audience.
    • Keyword Optimization: Using relevant keywords impacts the website’s position in search results.
  3. Search Engine Optimization (SEO): Optimizing for search engines improves the website’s visibility in search results, attracting more traffic.
  4. Interactivity:
    • Forms and Call-to-Action (CTA): Encourage users to take specific actions.
    • Multimedia Elements: Add valuable content in the form of images, videos, or animations.
  5. Security:
    • SSL (Secure Sockets Layer): Provides a secure connection.
    • User Data Protection: Adhering to data protection regulations, such as GDPR.
  6. Data Analysis: Utilizing data analysis tools, such as Google Analytics, to track and analyze user behavior on the site and evaluate the effectiveness of actions.
  7. Social Media Integration: Integration with social media platforms for easy content sharing and increased reach.
What are the most common mistakes made in web design?

Several common mistakes can impact the effectiveness and user experience of a website. Here are some of the most frequent web design mistakes:

  1. Poor Navigation:

    • Complicated or unclear navigation can frustrate users.
    • Lack of a clear menu structure and intuitive navigation paths.
    • Non-Responsive Design:

      • Neglecting to optimize the website for various devices and screen sizes.
      • Failure to provide a seamless experience on mobile devices.
    • Overlooking Mobile Users:

      • Ignoring the increasing number of users accessing websites via mobile devices.
      • Failing to prioritize mobile responsiveness in design.
    • Inconsistent Design:

      • A lack of a consistent design language across pages can create confusion.
      • Inconsistent use of colors, fonts, and styles.
    • Cluttered Layout:

      • Too much information, crowded layouts, and excessive use of elements can overwhelm users.
      • A cluttered design can distract from key messages and calls to action.
    • Poor Readability:

      • Small or difficult-to-read fonts, poor color contrast, and inadequate spacing can impact readability.
      • Content that is not easily scannable.
    • Auto-Playing Media:

      • Auto-playing videos or music can be intrusive and negatively impact the user experience.
      • Users prefer to control multimedia content themselves.
    • Ignoring SEO Best Practices:

      • Neglecting proper SEO practices can result in poor search engine rankings.
      • Missing meta tags, alt attributes, and a lack of keyword optimization.
    • Complicated Forms:

      • Lengthy or overly complex forms can discourage users from completing actions.
      • Requesting unnecessary information can lead to form abandonment.
    • Ignoring Accessibility:

      • Neglecting accessibility features can exclude users with disabilities.
      • Lack of alt text for images, improper heading structures, and non-compliance with accessibility standards.
    • Unoptimized Images:

      • Using large, unoptimized images can slow down page loading times.
      • Failure to compress images appropriately for web use.
    • Broken Links:

      • Links that lead to non-existent pages or resources can frustrate users.
      • Regularly checking and updating links is essential.
    • Ignoring Analytics:

      • Neglecting to use website analytics tools to track user behavior and site performance.
      • Analytics help in making data-driven improvements.
    • Lack of Clear Calls to Action (CTAs):

      • Unclear or missing CTAs can result in a lack of user engagement.
      • CTAs should be prominent and guide users toward desired actions
    What are the ways to promote a website?
    1. Search Engine Optimization (SEO):

      • Optimize on-page elements (meta tags, headers, etc.).
      • Create high-quality, relevant content.
      • Build high-quality backlinks.
      • Ensure website responsiveness and fast loading times.
    2. Social Media Marketing:

      • Share content on popular social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, etc.).
      • Utilize paid advertising on social media.
      • Engage with the audience through comments, messages, and discussions.
    3. Content Marketing:

      • Develop and share valuable, relevant content.
      • Start a blog to showcase expertise and insights.
      • Use content to address user needs and solve problems.
    4. Email Marketing:

      • Build an email subscriber list.
      • Send regular newsletters with valuable content.
      • Use email campaigns to promote products, services, or events.
    5. Pay-Per-Click (PPC) Advertising:

      • Create targeted ads using platforms like Google Ads.
      • Set a budget for paid advertising campaigns.
      • Utilize keyword targeting for specific audiences.
    6. Influencer Marketing:

      • Collaborate with influencers relevant to your industry.
      • Have influencers promote your website or products.
      • Leverage their audience to increase your reach.
    7. Online Partnerships and Collaborations:

      • Partner with other websites or businesses for cross-promotion.
      • Exchange guest posts or backlinks with related sites.
      • Collaborate on joint marketing campaigns.
    8. Online Communities and Forums:

      • Participate in relevant online forums and communities.
      • Share your expertise and provide valuable insights.
      • Include your website link in your forum signature.
    9. Video Marketing:

      • Create engaging videos and share them on platforms like YouTube.
      • Embed videos on your website.
      • Use video content for tutorials, product demonstrations, or storytelling.
    10. Offline Promotion:

      • Include your website URL on business cards, brochures, and promotional materials.
      • Attend industry events and network with professionals.
      • Advertise in local newspapers, magazines, or community boards.
    11. Webinars and Podcasts:

      • Host webinars to showcase your expertise.
      • Start a podcast related to your industry or niche.
      • Promote these events through various channels.
    12. Mobile Optimization:

      • Ensure your website is mobile-friendly.
      • Optimize for mobile search engine rankings.
      • Consider mobile advertising strategies.
    13. Online Reviews and Testimonials:

      • Encourage satisfied customers to leave reviews.
      • Display positive testimonials on your website.
      • Utilize review platforms relevant to your industry.
    14. Contests and Giveaways:

      • Host online contests with incentives.
      • Require participants to share your website to enter.
      • Leverage social media for contest promotion.
    15. Analytics and Optimization:

      • Use website analytics to track performance.
      • Identify successful strategies and optimize for better results.
      • Adjust your approach based on user behavior and trends.

    Of course – we can help you with those 🙂 

    What are the costs of creating websites?

    The cost of a website can vary significantly based on several factors. Here are some key elements that influence the pricing of websites:

    1. Type of Website:
      • A simple informational website typically costs less than a complex e-commerce or custom web application.
      • The purpose and functionality of the website play a significant role in determining the overall cost.
    2. Design Complexity:
      • The complexity of the website’s design, including the number of pages, custom graphics, and visual elements, affects the cost.
      • High-quality, custom-designed websites often come with a higher price tag.
    3. Functionality and Features:
      • Advanced features such as e-commerce capabilities, content management systems (CMS), user accounts, and databases increase the complexity and cost of development.
      • Integration with third-party tools or APIs may also impact pricing.
    4. Content Creation:
      • The cost of content creation, including copywriting, photography, and multimedia elements, contributes to the overall website cost.
      • Quality, quantity, and originality of content can affect pricing.
    5. Responsive Design:
      • Ensuring the website is optimized for various devices and screen sizes adds to the development cost.
      • Responsive design is essential for a positive user experience across different platforms.
    6. Search Engine Optimization (SEO):
      • SEO-friendly websites may require additional work for keyword research, on-page optimization, and other SEO practices.
      • Ongoing SEO services may be a separate cost.
    7. Maintenance and Updates:
      • Consideration of ongoing maintenance and update costs should be factored into the overall budget.
      • Regular updates, security measures, and technical support contribute to the long-term cost.
    8. E-commerce Requirements:
      • For e-commerce websites, the number of products, payment gateway integration, and security measures impact the cost.
      • Additional features such as inventory management and order tracking may add to the complexity.
    9. Custom Development:
      • Custom functionality or unique development requirements will increase the cost.
      • Tailoring the website to specific business needs may require additional coding and development time.
    10. Timeline and Urgency:
      • Urgent projects or those with tight timelines may incur rush fees.
      • A more extended development timeline may allow for cost savings.
    11. Additional Services:
      • Additional services such as digital marketing, ongoing support, or training sessions may be offered at an extra cost.

    Feel free to contact us for a free quote 🙂

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    Graphic Design

    What Graphic Design services do you provide?

    We provide a very wide range of graphic and design services. We are able to do virtually any design that your business may need. Below is a list of our services:

    • 3D Graphic Design 
    • 2D Graphic Design  
    • Web Ads Design 
    • Presentation Design 
    • Logo Design 
    • Custom Graphic Design 
    • Business Graphic Design 
    • Printed Banners Design 
    • Billboard Design 
    • Poster Design 
    • Roll-up Design 
    • Catalog Design 
    • Flyer Design 
    • Offer Design 
    • Business Card Design 
    • Icon Design 
    • Infographic Design 
    • Business Paper Design 
    • Social Media Graphic Design 
    Do you provide design solutions tailored to specific needs?

    Yes, we offer business-specific solutions. We can offer you different volume or time packages. If you have a specific need, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will try to offer you the most suitable solution for your needs.

    What is the delivery time for graphic design projects?

    The turnaround time for graphic design depends on its complexity. For simple graphic design projects, the turnaround time ranges from a few days to a few weeks. For more complex graphic design projects, the turnaround time can be up to several months.
    What sets us apart from the competition is our exceptionally fast turnaround time (of course, we maintain the highest quality every time). Contact us to find out the approximate completion time of your project 🙂

    What does the effectiveness of graphic design depend on?

    The effectiveness of graphic design depends on various factors that contribute to how well the design communicates its intended message and resonates with the target audience. Here are key elements that influence the effectiveness of graphic design:

    1. Clarity of Message:

      • The design should effectively convey the intended message or information. Clarity ensures that the audience easily understands the purpose of the design.
    2. Relevance to Target Audience:

      • Understanding the target audience and designing with their preferences, interests, and behaviors in mind ensures that the graphic design resonates with the intended viewers.
    3. Visual Hierarchy:

      • Establishing a clear visual hierarchy helps guide the viewer’s attention and emphasizes important elements. This contributes to a more organized and effective communication of information.
    4. Consistency in Branding:

      • Consistent use of branding elements, such as colors, fonts, and logos, helps in building brand recognition and reinforces a cohesive brand identity across various design materials.
    5. Creativity and Innovation:

      • Creative and innovative design elements can capture attention, make a lasting impression, and set the brand apart from competitors.
    6. Usability and Accessibility:

      • Designs should be user-friendly and accessible to all, considering factors such as readability, color contrast, and compliance with accessibility standards.
    7. Emotional Appeal:

      • The design’s ability to evoke emotions or connect with the audience on a personal level enhances its effectiveness. Emotional resonance can lead to stronger brand loyalty.
    8. Call to Action (CTA):

      • Clearly defined and strategically placed calls to action prompt the audience to take desired actions, whether it’s making a purchase, signing up, or engaging with content.
    9. Adaptability to Different Media:

      • Designs should be versatile and adaptable to various platforms and media, ensuring a consistent and effective presentation across print, digital, and other channels.
    10. Understandable Typography:

      • Thoughtful use of typography contributes to readability and enhances the overall visual appeal. Choosing appropriate fonts and text styles is crucial for effective communication.
    11. Appropriate Use of Colors:

      • Colors convey emotions, moods, and brand identity. The effective use of color in design helps create a visual impact and reinforces the brand’s personality.
    12. Simplicity and Clutter-Free Design:

      • Simplicity in design minimizes confusion and allows the audience to focus on the key message. Clutter-free layouts enhance the overall effectiveness of the design.
    13. Feedback and Testing:

      • Gathering feedback and conducting testing, if possible, allows for refinements based on real user responses, ensuring the design effectively communicates its message.
    14. Adherence to Design Principles:

      • Following design principles such as balance, contrast, unity, and alignment contributes to the overall aesthetic appeal and effectiveness of the design.
    15. Measurable Impact:

      • Establishing key performance indicators (KPIs) and tracking the design’s impact over time helps assess its effectiveness and make data-driven improvements.

    By carefully considering these factors and aligning them with the goals and audience of a particular design project, designers can create graphics that are not only visually appealing but also highly effective in achieving their intended objectives.

    What are the most common mistakes in graphic design?

    Graphic design, like any creative endeavor, is susceptible to certain common mistakes. Identifying and avoiding these pitfalls is crucial for creating effective and visually appealing designs. Here are some of the most common mistakes in graphic design:

    1. Ignoring the Target Audience:

      • Failing to consider the preferences, interests, and characteristics of the target audience can result in designs that don’t resonate with the intended viewers.
    2. Overlooking the Brief:

      • Not thoroughly understanding the design brief or client’s requirements can lead to designs that miss the mark in terms of message and purpose.
    3. Cluttered Design:

      • Including too many elements or excessive details in a design can create visual clutter and make it difficult for the audience to focus on the key message.
    4. Poor Font Choices:

      • Using too many fonts or selecting inappropriate fonts can negatively impact readability and overall design cohesion.
    5. Lack of Hierarchy:

      • Neglecting to establish a clear visual hierarchy can result in designs where important information isn’t emphasized, leading to confusion.
    6. Ignoring White Space:

      • White space is a crucial design element. Failing to utilize white space appropriately can make a design feel crowded and overwhelming.
    7. Inconsistent Branding:

      • Inconsistencies in the use of colors, fonts, and other branding elements can dilute the brand identity and confuse the audience.
    8. Low-Quality Images:

      • Using low-resolution or poor-quality images can diminish the overall professionalism and visual appeal of a design.
    9. Overusing Effects and Filters:

      • Applying excessive special effects, gradients, or filters can result in a design that looks dated or overly embellished.
    10. Lack of Contrast:

      • Insufficient contrast between text and background, or within design elements, can impact readability and accessibility.
    11. Ignoring Print Specifications:

      • Failing to adhere to print specifications can lead to issues such as low-quality prints, color variations, or trimming problems.
    12. Unintentional Mistakes:

      • Overlooking spelling and grammar errors or other unintentional mistakes can significantly diminish the professionalism of a design.
    13. Ignoring Trends Mindlessly:

      • Blindly following design trends without considering their appropriateness for the specific project or brand can result in designs that lack originality and longevity.
    14. Neglecting Readability:

      • Poor text arrangement, small font sizes, or inadequate line spacing can hinder readability and comprehension.
    15. Not Seeking Feedback:

      • Failing to seek feedback from colleagues, clients, or target audience members can lead to missed opportunities for improvement and refinement.
    16. Overlooking Mobile Optimization:

      • Neglecting to design with mobile users in mind can result in layouts that don’t adapt well to smaller screens.
    17. Relying Too Heavily on Trends:

      • Overemphasis on current design trends without considering timeless design principles can result in designs that quickly appear outdated.

    Avoiding these common mistakes requires careful attention to detail, adherence to design principles, and an ongoing commitment to improvement. Regularly seeking feedback, staying informed about industry best practices, and being mindful of the specific requirements of each project contribute to creating successful and effective graphic designs.

    What are the styles in graphic design?

    Graphic design encompasses a variety of styles, each with its own characteristics and influences. Design styles often evolve and may reflect cultural, technological, or artistic shifts. As of 2024, here are some notable graphic design styles:

    1. Minimalism:

      • Characterized by simplicity, minimalism emphasizes clean lines, ample white space, and a focus on essential elements. It often follows the principle of “less is more.”
    2. Flat Design:

      • The flat design eliminates the use of three-dimensional effects like shadows and gradients, opting for a clean and two-dimensional appearance. It prioritizes simplicity, clarity, and readability.
    3. Material Design:

      • Developed by Google, Material Design combines flat design principles with subtle gradients, shadows, and responsive animations. It emphasizes a tactile and realistic user experience.
    4. Retro and Vintage:

      • Drawing inspiration from design elements of the past, retro and vintage styles incorporate nostalgic visuals, color schemes, and typography to create a sense of historical authenticity.
    5. Typography-Driven Design:

      • Typography takes center stage in this style, with an emphasis on creative and expressive use of fonts. Bold and custom typography becomes a key visual element.
    6. Skeuomorphism:

      • While less prevalent in recent years, skeuomorphism involves designing digital interfaces to mimic real-world objects, complete with shadows, textures, and realistic details.
    7. Gradients and Duotones:

      • The use of gradients and duotones (two-color combinations) adds depth and vibrancy to designs. This style has seen a resurgence in modern design.
    8. Geometric Shapes:

      • Designs based on geometric shapes and patterns create a visually appealing and organized look. This style often incorporates clean lines and bold, symmetrical shapes.
    9. Illustrative Design:

      • Illustrative design incorporates hand-drawn or digitally created illustrations to convey messages. It adds a personalized and often whimsical touch to visual communication.
    10. Photography-Centric Design:

      • Designs that heavily feature high-quality photography, often with minimalistic or overlaid text. This style is prevalent in websites, social media, and marketing materials.
    11. Futuristic and Tech-Inspired Design:

      • Drawing inspiration from technology and the future, this style often features sleek, high-tech visuals, metallic elements, and futuristic typography.
    12. Kinetic Typography:

      • Typography in motion, where text becomes an animated element in videos or digital presentations. This style adds dynamism and engagement.
    13. Experimental and Abstract Design:

      • Breaking away from traditional norms, experimental and abstract design explores unconventional layouts, shapes, and color schemes to create visually striking compositions.
    14. Cultural and Artistic Fusion:

      • Designs that blend elements from various cultures, art movements, or historical periods to create eclectic and culturally rich visuals.
    15. Brutalism:

      • Inspired by the architectural movement, brutalist design in graphics often features raw, unpolished aesthetics, bold typography, and unconventional layouts.

    It’s important to note that these styles are not mutually exclusive, and designers often combine elements from different styles to create unique and hybrid designs. Additionally, design trends evolve, and new styles may emerge over time.

    What does the price of graphic design depend on?

    The price of graphic design can depend on several factors, and pricing models may vary. Here are some key factors that influence the cost of graphic design services:

    1. Scope of Work:
      • The complexity and extent of the project play a significant role. Larger or more intricate projects may require more time and effort, impacting the overall cost.
    2. Type of Design Service:
      • Different types of graphic design services (e.g., logo design, web design, branding, illustration) may have varying price structures based on the expertise and skills required for each.
      • Customization and Uniqueness:
        • Customized or unique designs that require more creative input may come at a higher cost compared to template-based or less customized solutions.
      • Project Complexity:
        • The complexity of the design project, including the number of revisions, the intricacy of details, and the need for extensive research or concept development, can impact pricing.
      • Usage and Licensing:
        • The intended use of the design, whether it’s for personal use, commercial use, or exclusive rights, can affect the pricing structure.
      • Turnaround Time:
        • Urgent projects with tight deadlines may incur rush fees or higher rates due to the need for expedited work.
      • Number of Deliverables:
        • The number of final deliverables, such as variations of a logo or multiple design assets, can affect the overall cost.
      • Client’s Requirements:
        • Specific client requirements, such as additional services (e.g., printing, consultation, presentations), can contribute to the overall cost.
        • Additional Services:
          • Some designers or agencies may offer additional services, such as brand strategy, marketing collateral, or social media graphics, which can impact the overall pricing.

        Feel free to contact us for a free quote 🙂 

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        Branding & Visual Identity

        What Branding services do you provide?
        • Brand Strategy 
        • Visual Identity 
        • Logo Design 
        • Business Paper Design 
        • Print Design 
        • Digital Design  
        • Naming and Slogans 
        What is Branding?

        Branding is a comprehensive process of creating and establishing a distinctive identity for a product, service, company, or individual. It goes beyond just creating a logo; it involves shaping the perception, emotions, and overall image associated with the brand. Effective branding communicates a unique value proposition, builds trust, and fosters a memorable and positive connection with the target audience.

        Key components of branding include:

        1. Brand Identity:
          • This encompasses visual elements such as logos, colors, typography, and design style that represent the brand.
        2. Brand Messaging:
          • The language, tone, and messaging used to communicate the brand’s values, mission, and personality.
        3. Brand Positioning:
          • Defining how the brand wants to be perceived in relation to competitors in the market.
        4. Brand Experience:
          • The overall experience customers have with the brand, both online and offline.
        5. Brand Equity:
          • The perceived value and strength of the brand in the minds of consumers.
        Why is Branding important for my business?

        Here are reasons why branding is important for your business:

        1. Differentiation:

          • In a competitive market, branding helps distinguish your business from others. It highlights what makes your products or services unique.
        2. Trust and Credibility:

          • A strong brand builds trust with consumers. Consistency in branding signals reliability, and customers are more likely to choose brands they trust.
        3. Recognition:

          • A well-established brand is easily recognizable. A familiar brand helps consumers make quicker purchasing decisions and fosters loyalty.
        4. Emotional Connection:

          • Successful branding creates an emotional connection with consumers. When people feel a connection with a brand, they are more likely to become loyal customers.
        5. Customer Loyalty:

          • A strong brand encourages customer loyalty. Loyal customers are more likely to make repeat purchases and recommend the brand to others.
        6. Premium Pricing:

          • Brands that are perceived as valuable and reputable can often command premium prices for their products or services.
        7. Consistency Across Platforms:

          • Branding ensures a consistent and coherent message across all communication channels, including online and offline platforms.
        8. Market Positioning:

          • Branding allows businesses to position themselves strategically in the market, aligning with the needs and preferences of their target audience.
        9. Employee Engagement:

          • A strong brand not only attracts customers but also attracts and retains talented employees. Employees who align with the brand’s values are more engaged and motivated.
        10. Brand Extensions:

          • Successful branding allows for the possibility of expanding into new product lines or markets while leveraging the existing brand equity.
        11. Competitive Edge:

          • A well-defined brand gives a competitive advantage. It helps businesses stay top-of-mind and relevant in a crowded marketplace.
        12. Long-Term Business Value:

          • A strong brand contributes to the long-term value of a business. Brands with a positive reputation are more resilient to market fluctuations.

        Building and maintaining a strong brand is an ongoing process that requires strategic planning, consistency, and a deep understanding of the target audience. It is an investment that pays off by creating a lasting and positive impression in the minds of consumers.

        What is the difference between Branding and Rebranding?

        Branding and rebranding are related concepts, but they involve distinct processes and goals within the broader realm of brand management. Here’s a breakdown of the differences between branding and rebranding:

        1. Branding:

          • Definition: Branding is the initial process of creating and establishing a brand from scratch or refining an existing brand. It involves defining the brand’s identity, values, positioning, and visual elements to create a cohesive and memorable representation.
          • Goals:
            • Build Recognition: Establish a recognizable and distinctive identity in the market.
            • Create Trust: Build trust and credibility with the target audience.
            • Define Identity: Clearly define the brand’s personality, values, and mission.
            • Attract Customers: Attract and connect with the target audience.
        2. Rebranding:

          • Definition: Rebranding is the process of making significant changes to an existing brand’s identity, messaging, or visual elements. It is often undertaken to adapt to changes in the market, business strategy, or the perception of the brand.
          • Goals:
            • Adapt to Change: Respond to shifts in the market, industry, or business strategy.
            • Modernize Image: Update the brand to stay relevant and contemporary.
            • Correct Perception: Address negative perceptions or misalignment with current values.
            • Reposition in the Market: Shift the brand’s position or target audience.
        What is the difference between Branding and Visual Identity?

        Branding and visual identity are related concepts, but they represent different aspects of a company’s overall image and communication strategy. Understanding the distinction between branding and visual identity is crucial for creating a comprehensive and effective brand strategy. Here’s a breakdown of the differences:

        1. Branding:

          • Definition: Branding is a holistic and strategic approach to creating and managing a brand. It encompasses all aspects of how a company is perceived, including its values, mission, personality, messaging, and overall customer experience.
          • Scope: Branding goes beyond visual elements and includes intangible elements like brand positioning, brand voice, brand promise, and the emotional connection that consumers have with the brand.
          • Purpose: The primary goal of branding is to shape the overall perception of the brand in the minds of consumers, build trust, differentiate the brand from competitors, and create a memorable and positive association.
        2. Visual Identity:

          • Definition: Visual identity is a subset of branding that focuses specifically on the visual elements associated with a brand. It includes the visual components that people can see, such as logos, color schemes, typography, imagery, and design style.
          • Scope: Visual identity is a tangible and visible representation of the brand. It provides a consistent and recognizable look and feel across various touchpoints, helping consumers identify and remember the brand visually.
          • Purpose: The primary goal of visual identity is to create a cohesive and visually appealing brand presence. It helps with brand recognition, communicates the brand’s personality, and contributes to the overall brand experience.

        In summary, branding is a comprehensive strategy that involves shaping the entire brand perception, while visual identity is a specific component within the broader branding strategy that focuses on the visual elements of the brand. While visual identity plays a crucial role in reinforcing the brand, it is just one part of the broader branding efforts aimed at building a strong and meaningful brand presence. Both branding and visual identity work together to create a consistent and impactful brand image in the minds of consumers.

        How long does it take to create a complete Visual Identity?

        The timeline for creating a complete visual identity can vary widely depending on several factors, including the complexity of the project, the scope of the design elements involved, and the efficiency of the collaboration between the client and the design team. Here are some general considerations that can influence the timeline:

        1. Project Complexity:

          • The complexity of the visual identity project, including the number of design elements, the need for custom illustrations or graphics, and the intricacy of the design, will impact the overall timeline.
        2. Client Input and Feedback:

          • The speed at which the client provides input, feedback, and approvals can significantly affect the timeline. Timely communication and prompt decision-making contribute to a more efficient process.
        3. Design Revisions:

          • The number of revisions and iterations required will influence the overall timeline. A clear understanding of the client’s preferences and expectations can help minimize the need for extensive revisions.
        4. Research and Discovery Phase:

          • The initial research and discovery phase, where designers gather information about the client’s brand, target audience, and industry, can vary in duration. Thorough research contributes to a more informed design process.
        5. Collaboration and Communication:

          • Effective collaboration between the client and the design team, as well as clear communication regarding expectations and objectives, is essential for a smooth and timely project.
        6. Number of Deliverables:

          • The scope of the visual identity project, including the number of deliverables such as logos, color palettes, typography guidelines, and other design elements, will impact the overall timeline.
        7. Brand Guidelines Development:

          • If the project includes the creation of comprehensive brand guidelines, the time required for developing detailed guidelines for logo usage, color variations, typography, and other brand elements should be considered.
        8. Printing and Production:

          • If the visual identity involves printed materials, packaging, or other physical assets, the time required for printing and production should be factored into the overall timeline.
        9. Client Approval and Finalization:

          • The time needed for client approval of the final visual identity and the completion of any necessary final adjustments or refinements.

        As a rough estimate, creating a complete visual identity can take anywhere from a few weeks to several months. Simple projects with clear requirements may be completed more quickly, while larger and more complex projects may require additional time for research, design exploration, and refinement.

        Both the client and the design team need to establish a realistic timeline at the beginning of the project, with clear milestones and deadlines. Regular communication and collaboration throughout the process can help ensure that the project stays on track and meets the desired timeline.

        What information is needed to start designing a full Visual Identity?

        Here are key pieces of information that we typically need at the beginning of the Visual Identity design process:

        1. Brand Background:

          • Understanding the history, mission, and values of the brand provides context for the design process. Information about the brand’s origins, core beliefs, and unique selling points helps shape the visual identity.
        2. Target Audience:

          • Knowledge about the target audience, including demographics, preferences, and behaviors, is crucial. The visual identity should appeal to and resonate with the intended audience.
        3. Brand Objectives and Goals:

          • Clearly defined brand objectives and goals help designers align the visual identity with the brand’s overall strategy. This includes short-term and long-term goals for brand growth and recognition.
        4. Competitor Analysis:

          • Insight into the competitive landscape helps identify opportunities for differentiation. Analyzing competitors’ visual identities helps ensure that the new design stands out in the market.
        5. Brand Personality and Tone:

          • Descriptions of the brand’s personality traits and the desired tone of communication guide the visual elements that will best convey the brand’s character.
        6. Unique Selling Proposition (USP):

          • A clear understanding of what sets the brand apart from competitors helps designers emphasize key elements in the visual identity.
        7. Design Preferences:

          • Any specific design preferences or styles preferred by the client should be communicated. Examples of designs they like or dislike can be helpful references.
        8. Logo Requirements:

          • If a logo is part of the visual identity, details about the desired look, symbolism, and any specific elements that should be included or avoided.
        9. Usage Context:

          • Understanding where and how the visual identity will be used (e.g., digital platforms, print materials, packaging) helps tailor the design to suit different contexts.
        10. Legal and Technical Considerations:

          • Any legal considerations related to trademarks or copyrights, as well as technical specifications (e.g., file formats, resolutions) for the final design deliverables.
        11. Budget and Timeline:

          • Clearly defining the budget for the project and the desired timeline helps manage expectations and plan the design process accordingly.
        What is the cost of Branding?

        The cost of branding can vary significantly based on several factors, including the scope of the project, and the level of customization required. Branding services are often tailored to the unique needs and goals of each client, and pricing may differ. Here are some considerations that can influence the cost of Branding:

        1. Scope of the Project:
          • The size and complexity of the branding project play a significant role in determining the cost. A comprehensive branding package that includes logo design, visual identity, brand guidelines, and more will generally cost more than a smaller, more focused project.
        2. Level of Customization:
          • The degree of customization required for the branding elements, such as a unique and tailored logo, custom typography, and original illustrations or graphics, can impact the cost. Highly customized designs typically require more time and expertise.
          • Number of Deliverables:
            • The number of branding elements or deliverables needed, such as business cards, letterheads, signage, or website design, can affect the overall cost. More deliverables generally mean more work and time.
          • Brand Guidelines:
            • The creation of comprehensive brand guidelines, which provide detailed instructions on how to use and implement the brand across various platforms, may contribute to the overall cost.
            • Research and Discovery:
              • The depth of research and discovery involved in understanding the client’s brand, target audience, and competitive landscape can impact the cost. Thorough research contributes to the development of a more effective brand strategy.
            • Client Involvement:
              • The level of involvement and collaboration required from the client can affect the overall cost. Clear and timely communication, as well as prompt feedback, contribute to a smoother and more efficient process.
            • Revision and Approval Process:
              • The number of design revisions allowed and the complexity of the approval process can influence the cost. Multiple rounds of revisions or significant changes to the initial concepts may require additional time and effort.
            • Add-on Services:
              • Additional services such as market research, brand positioning strategy, or ongoing brand management may be offered as add-ons, contributing to the overall cost.

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            Content Creation

            What Content Creation services do you provide?
            • Marketing Content  
            • Advertising Content 
            • Social Media Content 
            • Copywriting 
            • Video & Animations
            • 3D & 2D Graphics
            • Photography 
            What types of Marketing Materials do you create?

            We create the broadest range of materials you need to promote your business.

            Digital projects:
            – web banners
            – promotional graphics
            – promotional graphics
            – web graphics
            – infographics
            – much more

            Printed projects
            – billboards
            – posters
            – rollups
            – business cards
            – letterhead
            – many more

            What types of Advertising Materials do you create?

            We create the broadest range of materials you need to advertise your business.
            Digital projects:
            – web ads
            – ads for social media
            – promotional banners
            – digital catalogues
            – digital offers
            – much more
            Printed projects
            – print offers
            – leaflets
            – printed catalogues
            – many more

            What types of Content do you create for Social Media?

            We help with the creation of profiles for the most varied Social Media from A to Z. We can plan, design, create, add and maintain such content:

            1. Images:
              • Static visuals, such as photos, illustrations, or graphics.
            2. Videos:
              • Moving visual content, ranging from short clips to longer-form videos.
            3. Stories:
              • Temporary, ephemeral content that disappears after a set period, providing a sense of urgency and immediacy, commonly found on platforms like Instagram, Facebook, and Snapchat.
            4. Reels:
              • Short, engaging, and entertaining video content often set to music, popularized on platforms like Instagram.
            5. Infographics:
              • Visual representations of information, data, or processes designed for easy understanding and sharing.
            6. Text Posts:
              • Simple text-based updates or messages shared with the audience.
            7. Memes and GIFs:
              • Humorous or relatable images with text overlays, often shared for entertainment or engagement.
            8. Polls and Surveys:
              • Interactive content that allows followers to participate in polls or surveys.
              • Inspirational or thought-provoking quotes presented in a visually appealing manner.
            What types of Copywriting do you do?
            1. Advertising Copywriting:
              • We create persuasive and compelling content for advertisements across various mediums, including print, digital, and broadcast.
            2. Website Copywriting:
              • We create content for websites, including homepage copy, product descriptions, About Us pages, and landing pages, with a focus on engaging visitors and driving conversions.
            3. SEO Copywriting:
              • We optimizes website content to improve search engine visibility and rankings by incorporating relevant keywords and phrases while maintaining readability and user experience.
            4. Email Marketing Copywriting:
              • We create engaging and personalized content for email campaigns, including promotional emails, newsletters, drip campaigns, and transactional emails, to drive engagement and conversions.
            5. Social Media Copywriting:
              • We write concise and attention-grabbing content for social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, and TikTok, tailored to each platform’s audience and features.
            6. Content Marketing Copywriting:
              • We develop informative, valuable, and shareable content such as blog posts, articles, whitepapers, case studies, and ebooks to attract, engage, and retain an audience.
            7. Direct Response Copywriting:
              • We create persuasive and action-oriented content, often used in sales letters, landing pages, and direct mail campaigns, designed to elicit an immediate response from the reader, such as making a purchase or signing up for a service.
              • Branding and Brand Voice Copywriting:
                • We develop consistent and cohesive messaging that reflects a brand’s personality, values, and tone across all communication channels and touchpoints.
                • Creative Copywriting:
                  • We produce imaginative and memorable content for campaigns, slogans, taglines, and brand storytelling, focusing on creativity, emotion, and brand identity.
                • UX (User Experience) Copywriting:
                  • We craft clear, concise, and user-friendly content for interfaces, forms, buttons, error messages, and other elements of digital products and services to enhance the user experience and guide users through the process.
                What types of Videos do you create?

                There are various types of videos, each serving different purposes and catering to specific audience preferences. Here are examples of videos we can create for you:

                • Promotional Videos:  Market products, services, or events to generate interest and sales. 
                  • Explainer Videos:  Provide a concise and engaging explanation of a product, service, or concept. 
                    • Brand Story Videos:  Narrate the history, values, and mission of a brand, creating an emotional connection with the audience. 
                      • Corporate Videos:  Highlight the achievements, culture, and activities of a company for internal or external stakeholders. 
                        • Social Media Videos:  Short, engaging videos tailored for platforms like Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and TikTok. 
                          • Animated Videos:  Use animation to convey information, tell stories, or present complex concepts. 
                            • Educational Videos:  Informative content designed to educate and share knowledge on a specific topic. 
                              • Short Films:  Narrative films with a shorter duration than traditional feature films often used for storytelling or artistic expression. 

                                The choice of video type depends on your goals, the target audience, and the intended message.

                                What types of Photographs do you take?

                                We take a wide range of photographs for business. We work with photographers from all over the world and can provide images as part of a larger project, or together with a selected subcontractor provide you with the solutions you need. Examples:

                                1. Product Photography:
                                  • Showcasing products in a visually appealing way for use in marketing materials, e-commerce websites, and product catalogs
                                2. E-commerce Photography:
                                  • High-quality images of products for online stores, highlighting features and details.
                                3. Business Portraits:
                                  • Portraits of key personnel, executives, and employees, showcasing the human side of the business.
                                4. Office and Workplace Photography:
                                  • Images capturing the interior and exterior of office spaces, workplaces, and corporate environments.
                                5. Corporate Lifestyle Photography:
                                  • Showcasing the daily life and activities within a corporate setting, emphasizing a positive and dynamic work environment.
                                6. Marketing and Advertising Photography:
                                  • Creating visuals for marketing campaigns, advertising materials, and promotional content.
                                7. Architectural Photography:
                                  • Capturing images of business premises, offices, and architectural details for marketing and branding purposes.
                                8. Stock Photography for Business:
                                  • Generic images, that can be used by businesses for various purposes, such as websites, presentations, and marketing materials.
                                9. Technology and Innovation Photography:
                                  • Showcasing technology products, innovation, and research and development efforts within a business.

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