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.
For a free quote on your project, call Let’s Talk Graphics — (775) 513-1402.
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.
A flyer is the perfect advertisement vehicle for upcoming events!
The most important representation of your company: business cards.
This is where the importance of vector art comes into play.
Design for all forms of digital media including large-screen TV format.