Print Design Showcase: HAC Design

So, every once in a while we like to show a couple of the things we’ve done. We select things based on the client, type of job–all that jazz. So no, not all our stuff is up here, and no–not just our favorites are up here either. We try and give you real-world examples.

 

Today’s demo is from a church in Haverhill. We designed their bulletin that they update on a weekly basis as well as their “connect cards.” We also did door titles, signs, etc. But we just want to give you a taste, not completely overwhelm your senses!

 

WHAT WE DID

Haverhill Alliance Connect Card Print DesignPrint Design Haverhill Alliance Church Bulletin

 

NOTABLE ELEMENTS

Both of these elements are fully editable. People don’t always just need stuff that’s pretty. They need to be able to update it. We develop everything with this in mind. Haverhill Alliance is currently using Publisher to update the bulletin every week.

 

We designed their logo and provided stock photography. All design elements for these two jobs were provided by us–from icons to pictures, to logo design.

 

Everything we design for print is optimized for…printing. We design using CMYK, 300ppi minimum, using absolutely as many vectors as possible. The images we do use we make sure are high-res and appropriate for printing.

 

We care about consistent branding. We don’t want every element to look like it’s for someone else, so we work hard to keep your color scheme, fonts, and general design “mantra” consistent across the board to improve your brand recognition.

 

HIRE US FOR YOUR DESIGN WORK

Interested in getting something done for your business or organization? We love designing for print. We can help you with anything from a logo to a 9 foot banner. We’d love to hear from you.

 

Mmmm. Design.

Nate.

Nate Smith

Lead Developer and CEO

I am a web developer and designer, as well as a husband and father. I grew up in the Boston, MA area and will forever be a Bostonian. I'm passionate about building sites that look great, are easy to navigate, and that work really well on all devices. The languages I work with most are PHP and MySQL, Javascript, HTML5, and CSS--but I also have experience with Ruby, Linux and ASP. The applications I use on a regular basis are Adobe CC, Sublime Text, and PHPStorm.

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