Nationwide Lifts' booklet detailed their various products in a professional, and easliy readable layout. At 20 pages the booklet is printed on professional gloss paper that feels smooth to the touch and makes the booklet an easy page turner.
AIR's rack cards accompanied them to a business expo in which they featured their newly designed branding. The rack cards maintained a consistent theme with their website and business cards while offering information on their services.
We designed this brochure to detail the services offered by Clear Solutions. Maintaining the same look as their website we were able to highlight their main selling points while promoting their services and professionalism.
Commercial Paving's brochure was created as a sales tool to promote their work. With bright, large photographs the client can see exactly what to expect from the company. The words featured in the brochure are persuasive and informative to increase sales.
While the layout of the magnet was simple, we actually photographed the couple with a blank poster and added in the titles after the shoot. This allowed us to use the font of the couples choice and maintained clarity during the print process.
The business cards for Clear Solutions bear the same graphic design featured on the footer of their website. It also maintains the same colors and fonts to be consistent. A well branded business card shows professionalism and trustworthiness to clients.
This ad in a local newspaper featured Petruzelo Insurance's home ownership policy. The design features a QR code that enables readers to scan the code and be taken to the home insurance page on Petruzelo Insurance's website.
Designed for Mount Carmel school in Meriden, CT, this booklet details the various items up for auction at their annual benefit. The design took their event to the next level by eliminating the need for a cheaply made booklet with very little design elements.
Sonic of CT handed out oversized postcards to invite family and friends to their special family and friends event. The backside of the postcard was printed in matte to allow the cardholder to fill out information about themselves and how they were invited.