Re seller, Service Provider, Developer/Designer. Cost efficiency, viability and expansion of concept. We access your assist.
An idea or a concept starts with design origination in the form of a sketch or a layout. Certain steps are needed in order to arrive at a final concept.
Before a concept can move to a design. The point of arrival must be established. What do you envision. This dictates the course of design.
Design is a formatted pattern which dictates the steps needed to obtain a result. Breaking this pattern will make the result inconclusive or long winded.
This is the point of arrival. A perfectly executed formulae will result in a close to perfect result when completing the product, service or concept.
Time spent on a concept is often a neglected cost. A visionary sees the most cost efficient outcome of a product and determines the production thereof as a factor at the point of initiation process. Artist expression and cost management is crucial to this success.
You have a Concept & Unsure
We assist with cost efficiency, viability and expansion of product, service or concept. Do not let an important factor be neglected. This may cost you dearly. Do research prior as this helps a lot in eliminating costs.
Cover Design & Layout
Publications, dvd covers, posters etc. are similar to website designing. You need to know the product, service and audience appeal. Once all are established then the design can be visualized. Most importantly your client is No1 when all is decided.
Pencil Sketch to Product
99% of clients do not visualise the end product. A scribble on a piece of paper must have an outcome. If you are taking the concept from sketch to point of sale then all points of action need to be considered, costings, time frames, selling price, etc.
Textile print effects differ according to substrate or print surface. Desired finish needs to be considered prior to designing the image. Different set of rules apply to a type of print and an embroidery design. Pros – Can be used on 99% fabrics and techniques are boundless. Cons – Very little can be against as technology has made this sector move way ahead of embroidery options.
Embroidery has a beautiful yet elegant finish if used correctly. Different set of rules apply to a print and an embroidery design. Pros – use of as many colours as possible. Looks expensive and lasts longer. Cons – Can costly if size and stitch is not kept in check. Limited to specific types of fabric.