In addition to designing for the web I also have experience in designing and producing content for print. My range of printed work varies from advertisements in national magazines and papers to branded packaging to web traffic driving printed media campaigns. I approach designing for print in the same way that I design for the web, by making sure that the message or point of a piece is clearly conveyed in both a stylish and visually pleasing way.
If you would like any artwork or graphic design work intended for print please get in touch, I’d be happy to discuss your requirements. Please see examples of my print design work below.
I designed a double sided flyer for the grand opening of Nelio’s Deli in Guernsey which would be handed out to locals and visitors around St Peter Port. The flyer would act as a voucher allowing customers 10% off their first order. The reverse of the flyer included a map so people would know where Nelio’s was located.
Click on the image above or here for further information about Nelio’s Deli.
As illustrated above I designed and produced a number of double sided colour promotional flyers (on a seasonal basis) as a promotional tool for RIP101. Also as illustrated above I designed and produced branded packaging for orders to be sent out in. The dark, opaque colour of the material was chosen as a means of preventing people other than the recipient from being able to see what was contained in the parcel. The metallic silver branding added class and elegance to the package. If you are spending £250 on a jacket or a wetsuit you don’t expect it to thrown into a mail-lite bag. The design and presentation of the packaging was in line with the high quality products and brands sold.
Click on the image above or here for further information about the RIP101 website.
During a work placement period I was asked to produce a 3 year calendar for Lloyds TSB in Jersey.