Whether it’s the presentation of your food at a fancy restaurant or the latest Apple product, humans just seem to love things that are beautifully designed. And the same goes for your marketing material. Graphic Design is also known as visual communication or communication design. As a graphic designer we are visual designers who create concepts, usually nowadays by using computer software like Adobe Creative Suite. We communicate visual concepts to inspire, inform, or simply to captivate the viewer through the use of images, words and/or graphics.
What ever the project is, and especially if it involves a creative design, you have a brief from the client, perhaps a few examples of what they are expecting, or what their opposition are doing, and this then leads to some visual concepts. By working together, collaborating, our communication is built where we are provided with the exciting mission of reaching our client’s goals and objectives. For collaboration to work, the vision and purpose must be clear.
When engaging with our clients, we feel it is almost mandatory to listen and learn. By this we mean that we do not assume to know your business, we have to learn about it, study the business, and research so that we gain a better understanding as to how we can use our skills to help you achieve your goals. Brite Ideas Group encourages a high regard on such things as team spirit, respecting others and valuing their contributions. We foster a sense that more can be achieved by working together, rather than as individuals.
"Defeating racism, tribalism, intolerance and all forms of discrimination will liberate us all, victim and perpetrator alike.” It made me think! I hope it makes you think too!
Don’t bog your end user down with confusing and hopeless functions by requesting complicated features. It’s time to get back to the KISS rule and help to stamp out confusion and turn your website into a powerful lead generation tool.
Smart people love simplicity. Keeping it simple makes people happy. Happy people leave believing they had a good experience. Good experiences generally lead to increased revenue because they are happy to spend money.
Art Galleries are important. Artists and dealers know that art must be experienced in person to truly get a sense of its magnitude — it’s the outsiders who don’t get that. Here is a compilation of highlights from our collection of works.
Fill in your name and email and we will get back to you within 24 hours.