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Category: Graphic Design

4 Ways Great Graphic Design Can Increase Sales

4 Ways Great Graphic Design Can Increase Sales

With only a few seconds to make a great first impression, having a quality design that commands attention is critical to your marketing success.  Persuading potential customers takes more than putting your message out there,

a guide to sign and banner wording

A Guide to Sign & Banner Wording

Memorable Messages Consumers could potentially pass by your Minneapolis or Apple Valley business up to 30 times a month if it’s near their home or workplace, and even more so if your business is within

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Design Tips to Make Your Signs POP!

Banners, posters, and signs are often the first opportunity to engage with the buying public and first impressions are lasting impressions. People will judge your business on the inside by how it looks on the

7 tips for stretching your nonprofit marketing dollars

7 Tips For Stretching Your Nonprofit Marketing Dollars

Marketing efforts of nonprofit organizations center on building trust, reaching across channels to communicate with members and powering fundraising efforts. More simply put, the marketing and communications efforts of a nonprofit are the backbone of

large format wall graphics

5 Tips for Designing Large Format Graphics

Designing graphics for large format printing, such as banners, signs, vehicle wraps and window, wall or floor graphics, takes some special considerations. Working on a larger scale affects everything from how the design must be

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Go BIG with Window, Wall and Floor Graphics

Don’t ask for your customer’s attention, reach out and grab it with large format window graphics, wall graphics and floor graphics.  There’s nothing better at capturing the eye of potential customers walking by your business

Print to Screen Color Calibration

Advice from a Print Center: Why does the color on my display not match my prints?

So you submitted a job to a print shop and when it was delivered you discovered, to your dismay, that the physical print colors do not match what was displayed on your screen.  What went