The Design Process

We use Adobe products for your project. Illustrator & Photoshop for graphics editing. Lightroom for photography. Indesign for page layout and desktop publishing. Premiere Pro & Audition for video & sound production. After Effects for video effects & animation.

What You Receive

Your product is a digital asset and is provided to you in a variety of file formats — AI, SVG, EPS, PSD, PDF, JPG, PNG, MOV, AVI, MP4, and etc.

Pricing

For a free quote on your project, call Let’s Talk Graphics — (775) 513-1402.

Project Type

  • Photography
  • Logo Design
  • Flyers
  • Business Cards
  • Billboards
  • TV & Digital Media

Graphic design services don't begin and end with Photoshop. Photography plays a huge roll! As for photography and how it relates to website development, photography tends to be small-format and object-oriented -- meaning that pictures required for websites are small in dimension and typically focused on objects, not people. This makes most website photography straightforward. A great example are the product shots I did for Southwest Outdoorsman and Hygiene Wellness.

I shoot with professional Canon equipment and lenses. When shooting inside, I use an array of pro lighting gear for the best possible results. If you are looking for a truly professional portrait, I recommend Elena at Pahrump Photography.

All that said -- I've won contests in the past, so I'm not a horrible photographer. 🙂 My sunset photo (the next image) is currently being used as the background image for the newscast at KPVM-TV. More of my photos can be found here.

 

 

 

A logo is important. It is usually the4 primary anchor point of a website and often acts as a unique identifier of the company itself. You might be surprised to learn that many companies either do not have a logo or have a .JPG image they’ve “been using for years because the person who originally created it is no longer around”.

Both situations present a problem. In one case a logo exists but its quality is so poor because of its low resolution, or the image suffers degradation from years of editing and re-editing the image file. The second situation is equally bad because no logo is…well….no logo! Logos are important, even if the logo is just styled text. I can help in both situations. If you have an existing logo, but only in JPG or another raster format, I can recreate it as a vector graphic. If you have no logo at all I can design and develop one for you. Naturally, I use my own design ideas, but a logo is incredibly personal and client input is very much welcomed. If you have a specific logo idea, I will work together with you diligently to make your vision a reality.

Yes, we create flyers!  (and use VistaPrint or a print agency of your choice.

A flyer is the perfect advertisement vehicle for upcoming events!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The most important representation of your company: a business card.

Yes ... we create business cards. Printing is handled through VistaPrint, or a print agency of your choice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is where the importance of vector art comes into play.

Check out 3D Constiuction billboard on 372. That's my art.   Check out the smaller billboard on 160 for Calvada Meadows Airport.  That's my art  as well. 🙂

I design in vector, so a graphic for something as large as a billboard is no problem.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Designing something for a computer screen is similar to designing something for TV or movie. You just have more space to fill in, higher resolution, and software powerful enough to render in the correct format.

(Good thing I also webmaster a TV company website!  - kpvm.tv)