Design for Print

So, you’ve decided to send out some Direct Mail. You have your list sorted, got a good deal on postage and your follow up campaign is set and ready. Does the content really matter? Absolutely! I received an invitation to a business event through the post, it was printed on good quality paper but the design let it down - it had a low resolution logo and the typography was poor. This wasn’t communicating the right message, and if only they had invested a little bit more in quality design, it would have made a great impact.

Whether you need a mail shot campaign, a leaflet to be handed out at an exhibition or a brochure to showcase a company, Gosh Golly designs for many different functions, always creative and leaving the right impression, something that the recipient will want to keep. Gosh Golly respects this and spends time finding out about the company and the purpose of the project. Working with a pool of trusted suppliers such as photographers, copywriters and of course printers, we cherry pick the right team for the job.

You may need a few hundred, a split run, personalisation or thousands of items printed. Squares and rectangles aren’t the only choices either when designing for print - you can have lots of fun and have any shape you want... for example I designed circular party invites to look like a record! It is done by creating a cutter tool so the options are endless. A great way to stand out from the crowd!

Gosh Golly works within the perimeters of a given budget and will draw on years of experience to ensure the best results. Make the most of all your marketing opportunities and keep that quality brand message going.

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Guess the brand: what company does this winking face represent (look closely)?

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Organisational culture in action – John Lewis http://ow.ly/rMpU30kW9t5

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Guess the brand: for an extra point what does the shape also represent?

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Guess the brand: for an extra point can you spot the hidden shape and where does it come from?

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Friday's Quick Tip:
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