Graphic Design

Meet the Team – Marlon

Meet our Creative Director - Marlon. His daily activities include creating corporate branding and marketing materials for a variety of clients and CFS, as well as collaborating with customers, and strategic partners. He is also on the marketing team and assists in corporate social media posting and executing email marketing campaigns. Let's get to know Marlon! What advice would you give someone going into your field? Never stop learning, whether it’s the newest design trend or the latest version of Adobe Photoshop. Design is a never-ending ... Read more

Marketing Tips for 2017

The New Year is approaching… a lot faster than we expected. Have you started thinking about how to market to your prospects in 2017? We’ve come up with a few marketing tips that will help you start the New Year on the right foot. 1) Social Media – Are you unsure of what to post on your company social media pages? Focus on industry updates such as a blog post from your website, or use personal posts such as events happening in ... Read more

Signage – more than just a sign!

When people think of signs for their business, they mostly think of road side displays. They’re a great way to bring in prospects, but they’re not the only type of signage. Below are a few additional types of signs that are sure to attract new customers. • Company Vehicles – Want a continuous way to market your brand to thousands of people on a daily basis? Add your branding to your company vehicle(s). It is the original “mobile” marketing and is proven to ... Read more

Success with Signage!

Signage is an affordable and effective way to advertise your business when it is done correctly. If your signs can’t be seen or read, then they do you no good. When it comes to designing your signage, there are many factors you should consider. Here are a few things to keep in mind as you plan your next signage campaign. Keep it visible: Visibility is the most important aspect of signage. Your sign must be easy to see and read at a glance. ... Read more

Quick tips for Postcard Marketing!

Did you know that 54% of postcards are either read or scanned by recipients? That makes postcards an affordable way to get your name and brand out to prospects. Also, they are the most effective means for driving traffic to your website. We have created a few quick tips you should be aware of when it comes to your postcard marketing efforts. Plan your campaign ahead of time – Everything from the idea, the message, and your goals for the mailing. Use Eye-Catching images – ... Read more

The right way to use stock images.

In this short video our Creative Director Marlon Fernandes gives us a few tips on using stock images properly for your marketing campaigns. How many times have you picked up a brochure or catalog and decided if you were going to read it based on the image that appears on the cover? The images that you use are a large part of being able to market your business successfully. It can sometimes be the difference between making a sale or losing one ... Read more

Creating a Killer Business Card

Business cards are a dime a dozen. Actually, you can probably get them made for less than that, but should you? Because so many people have business cards from dozens, if not hundreds, of contacts, it is essential that you create one for yourself that stands out from the rest. Not sure where to start? Here are some tips on how to create a killer business card that stands out! What must your business card contain? Name Company Logo Company Address Preferred Phone Number Preferred Email Address Website Address   What ... Read more

Did you know your internal fulfillment is costing you valuable time and money?

Have you ever stacked your overflow of brochures, letterhead, etc., in an empty office or an already full back room? Maybe even your own office contains some boxes that get in your way. Collateral is easily damaged in a space not designated to accommodate it. Never mind the time that will need to be taken down the line by your employees to clean out that area when a new hire comes on board, or a different department takes over that back room. Have you ... Read more