Colorbis can make you stand out, motivate your potential customers, cultivate brand recognition, and influence public perception of your company, your service, your product. Experienced graphic designers understand this – extending your reach into the marketplace and helping you achieve your full market potential.
When you think about graphic/communication design, and its potential for your business, remember, quality design is an effective design
We cover projects within the fields of advertising, marketing, and social networks. Tell us what you need Trust us your idea and we make it a reality.
Graphic design (or communication design) involves effective visualisation of communication concepts, primarily in print and electronic media (including interface design), in the context of business and technology, socio-political, cultural and educational environments, in transmitting government and institutional aims and services, and in visually explaining and exploring medical and scientific data and processes. Clients usually determine project aims.
Graphic/communication designers help to achieve communication goals by analyzing, structuring, planning and creating images and text to enhance visual communication for specific purposes. They often act as consultants.
Simplifying the complex
When you think of a successful Canadian organization, chances are their logos spring to mind. But innovative graphic/communication design goes far beyond a memorable logo. Great graphics/communication design can communicate emotions and subtle shades of meaning — all without saying a word.
Graphic/communication design is integral to our lives. In Colorbis we are skilled at using art and technology to visually communicate ideas. By controlling color, type, images, and ideas, graphic/communication designers produce materials that convey specific messages to intended audiences.
Over the past 50+ years, graphic and communication design has emerged as a complex service-profession. While pioneering designers honed their craft on paper by hand, today’s designers are at the forefront of technology, using complex computer software and the latest printing techniques to communicate ideas.
In addition to producing communications materials and solving problems for clients, 21st-century designers require intelligence, versatility, and marketing know-how.
Successful business leaders recognize the importance of great graphics/communication design.