Making a first impression on someone is a key aspect in business that cannot be stressed enough. Besides your personal appearance, and how you act towards someone your company business card is also a key factor in making a good first impression. Sadly many business cards do not properly represent what a company stands for and if poorly designed often end up in the garbage minutes after being handed out. So how do you avoid your business card from ending up in the garbage and staying in a potential clients wallet?
With the upcoming trade show season slowly approaching, many companies are already organizing themselves in early preparation. One of the most common handouts for a trade show besides the business card and voucher is the brochure. But with all the advancements in online content is printing a copy of a brochure still an effective marketing tool in order for your company to reach new clients?
This new infographic from CertaPro Painters of Louisville shows how color evokes emotion and triggers your senses. It beautifully explores colors that should and should not be used in interior decorating, as well as why certain colors are used in advertising.
We have all heard of the term "You Get What You Pay For". However, most people feel that in the digital atmosphere this concept does not apply. To be honest this concept should apply even more because of the million options we have online. Here is a simple graphic that illustrates the affect that this scenario takes on graphic design.