Graphic Designing

Graphic Design Services

Logo Designing

At the heart of your business’s branding is your logo. We Build immediately identifiable original designs that can be held consistent with all your online and offline marketing. Make sure that your business delivers the best impression of your brand with the logo. Our team is here to make positive that your logo does more than just look good, we’re here to make certain your logo is fit for your marketing.


Brochure Design

In the digital age, brochures are usually considered as the old medium, but, they are just as important. We believe that there’s nothing really like a wonderful brochure design.

Flyer Design

No matter whether you want to market your products or services globally flyers are the best tool for marketing. This is an impactful method to promote all your products and services.  We provide premium and high-quality flyer designs at very affordable rates. We have a team of creative highly professional and innovative graphic designers.


Business Card Designs

Your first impression might have been excellent but a business card holds around even after a meeting. It should be breathtaking. Our highly experienced designers will build custom business cards you’ll love, assured.

01. Remember basic design principles
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The basic principles of paper-based design apply to business cards
It might seem obvious but it’s worth reiterating that a business card is a piece of printed material like any other. Because of this, the basic principles of paper-based design apply to business cards:

Keep all your key copy at least 5mm from the trim edge
Work at 300dpi for best image reproduction
Ensure you maintain a minimum size for your typography to maintain legibility
Design in CMYK unless you’re working exclusively with spot colours
Many designers also find it helps to use a grid to lay out their cards, as this can help you to achieve the right hierarchy of information as well as ensure your alignment is sound (if you need a reminder, take a look at our guide to grid theory).

02. Get creative within the constraints
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Marine Laurent’s cards use a portrait orientation to keep things fresh
There are a couple of ‘standard’ sizes for business cards, depending on where you are in the world (perhaps because wallet sizes also vary slightly from country to country). One typical business card size is 55 x 85mm, although you’ll see many other sizes quoted on the web.

Even though you only have a tiny canvas, you can still get creative with space. Start by considering the key information you want to include, which will typically be a name, phone number and email address/social handles, then work your design around presenting this information in a creative way.

03. Avoid common pitfalls business cards with a border

Beware: a border like this one will show up any printing misalignments
There are some common pitfalls to designing business cards that it helps to be aware of. The first and most obvious is to ensure you provide a bleed as specified by your printer. This is commonly 3mm but can be 5mm, so check! For more information on bleeds and other printing needs, read our 5 things every creative need to know about print design article for some tips.

Just as important is to avoid using a straightforward border around the entire of the card, as this will show up any misalignment in the trim if the card isn’t perfectly cut.