Graphic Design

Graphic design isn’t only about making something look good – the function and purpose are just as important. Our focus is to create design outcomes that are not only eye-catching, but communicate what you want to say to the people you want to reach.

Bringing Ideas to Life

We can bring your ideas to life. It can be anything from a logo to a wayfinding map, or even a product catalogue. Graphic design covers a great expanse of possibilities. If it’s something visual you need, it’s likely we have already done it before (and can help you!).


Research and Development

We believe that doing a bit of preliminary work is important in developing functional and meaningful graphic design. Pen and paper are our tools of trade before we even consider using the computer to begin a project.

We often ask a lot of questions, collate the answers, and then brainstorm ideas. Out of that preliminary work comes the design outcomes. From a small project such as a business card, to a large project such as a magazine, we go through the same process.


The Elements

There are a lot of elements that are used in graphic design which shouldn’t be ignored or skimmed over. Layout, typesetting and colours are three of the top aspects that are taken into consideration, but there are many more. We always focus on refining each element in a design to make sure they fill their use and purpose.

Design should communicate, not just look good.


What We Create

Below is an introduction of graphic design services we deliver:

You can see some of our featured work in Projects.

I cannot thank you enough for all of your creativity, enthusiasm and professionalism in helping me to redesign my very dated and tired website into the fresh, professional and modern site that you have created. I did a lot of research when trying to find someone who I could trust to create exactly what I was after and you certainly exceeded my expectations. Thanks for the prompt feedback, helpful ideas and for “explaining” everything to me in laymans terms. I love the end result!

— Emma Tomlinson, Civil Celebrant