Graphic Design & Print Media
The quality of your printed materials infers the quality of your business.
Highstreet can design brochures, postcards, catalogs, calendars
and more that will draw in customers.
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Great graphic design can make a marketing piece. Bad design can waste not only your current efforts but destroy all of your previous marketing equity that you’ve built up over time.
Design that is edgy or stretches boundaries gets plenty of attention, but does it get the message across? And, ultimately, does it sell more product or produce the results that you were looking for?
Hard At Work For You Highstreet’s Graphic Design Benefits
Improving your Google Maps ranking through these steps gives your business advantages over the competition.
Grab a customer’s attention with bold visuals.
Create recall for when a customer needs the product or service.
Increase sales and profits.
Tie all of your advertising and marketing pieces together to create a branding suite.
Develop a strong brand for your company.
Add professional tools for your sales force.
AT HIGHSTREET FUNCTION COMES FIRST
At Highstreet Advertising, we focus first on function by making sure all of the elements of great marketing materials are in place (clear and simple copy, layout, correct size and shape, exceptional images, and stunning graphic elements).
We don’t create marketing pieces to win awards, those come after the fact. We do create collateral materials to serve a distinct purpose and meet sales/marketing goals.
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Hard At Work For You Frequently Asked Questions
Where do you get your photos for brochures and other collateral materials?
How much does it cost to design print materials for my company?
Can you use graphics for both websites and print?
Yes, we can copy the same style for both your website and your branding print materials. There is a huge difference in the resolution needed for digital versus print. In digital, the resolution only need to be 72 dots per inch (dpi). For print, the resolution needs to be 300 dpi. It’s much easier to start with a higher resolution and downsave than it is to start with a lower resolution and try to recreate a higher resolution.