We are very honoured to have worked with some of our clients across many businesses and many sectors to design and produce their capability statements. Generally, capability statements are used to demonstrate credibility, capability and overall experience of your business.
Funny enough, in today's digital world, printed documents can help you stand out from your competition. The thought you put into the development of these documents says a lot about your business.
We would like to congratulate one of our clients; The Friendlies Chemist, for their recent introduction of E-Scripts.
When thinking about communications in business - we are often asked 'is print dead?'
Amanda is the talent behind the graphic design produced at Grey and Grey. With a Bachelor of Graphic Design from Griffith University Queensland College of Art, and plenty of years experience as an in-house designer and freelancer, Amanda loves pushing boundaries for our clients.
Your website provides an instant visual representation of you, your brand and your products and services. Whether you are selling online, or establishing credibility, there is a huge difference between having a good website and an effective website. That all comes down to actually understanding the needs and wants of your audience.
Rick from Aquarius had a very simple brief: we need a new website!
We developed a gorgeous website that facilitates online bookings for the property. By showing off the very best the property and Townsville have to offer, we designed a website that auto re-sizes from desktop to tablet to smartphone screen. Rick and the team at Aquarius on the Beach Townsville now have access to the site to manage the content, keep it fresh and add news items to assist with search engine optimisation.
Colour is wonderful thing. As a branding and marketing agency, there is one objective we want, no matter what the hue and that's consistency!
Generally most people have a basic idea of what they believe a graphic designer does. The list probably goes something like creating logos for businesses or brands, fixing or editing images using Photoshop and probably making magazine ads… correct? Well technically yes, graphic designers do in fact do all of these things, but they’re only a fraction of what makes up a much bigger picture.
Graphic design is everywhere - just look around! I can guarantee you’ve had some interaction with a graphic designer’s work - possibly before you even leave your house of a morning. Did you pick up a cereal box this morning? There’s a great example of graphic design!
Signwriters are an unruly, unlicensed bunch - I should know, I married one of them! In Australia, signwriting is not a licensed trade. Yes, there is a four year trade apprenticeship and yes there are formal signwriting qualifications. However to own a sign shop, you don’t need any of this. In fact, I checked out a signage franchise a few years ago and they stipulated that they only wanted unqualified franchisees! With this in mind, it doesn’t surprise me that navigating the field of signwriting as a business owner can be a bit tricky.