Here are some frequently asked questions that will help to provide some additional insight into the graphic services offered.
What kind of design services do you offer?
Your brand identity or graphic presence will most likely have many components. Traditionally, design includes items such as logos, signage, website development, books, brochures, business cards, web banners and advertisements. The first step is to learn about your business and its graphic needs then design a plan of action to implement the most effective materials. Historically, Graphic Designers work with typography and images in the form of communicated messages. With the increase of various technologies, projects such as motion graphics and media production are also possible.
Do I need a professional designer for my project?
Yes, your brand and business identity are important and you deserve an expert who can design effective solutions. You may know someone who knows about Photoshop or has a computer, however, this rarely qualifies one to be a professional designer. Design is a specialized, dedicated industry that requires knowledge, training, practice and skill. Obtaining the services of a trained professional designer will get you the most effective results so that your company can be successful. I have a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design and a Master of Fine Arts in Graphic and Interactive Design. Both degrees are from reputable universities.
Do you offer printing services also?
Yes, however, your project is sent out for that. High quality and affordable vendors are used for your print projects. First, your project is designed and the correct file formats are created, then it is sent out to be printed. In many cases the final product is shipped directly to your business or home. Feel free to give a call, send an email or schedule an appointment for more information on how we prepare your print projects.
What is website hosting?
In order to publish a website online, you need a Web host. The Web host stores all the pages of your website and makes them available to computers connected to the Internet. The domain name, such as "sony.com," is actually linked to an IP address that points to a specific computer. When somebody enters your domain name into their browser's address field, the IP address is located and Web site is loaded from your Web host.
A Web host can have anywhere from one to several thousand computers that run Web hosting software, such as Apache, OS X Server, or Windows Server. Most websites you see on the Web are accessed from a "shared host," which is a single computer that can host several hundred Web sites. Larger websites often use a "dedicated host," which is a single machine that hosts only one website. Sites with extremely high amounts of traffic, such as apple.com or microsoft.com, use several computers to host one site.
If you want to publish your own website, you'll need to sign up for a "Web hosting service." Finding a good Web host shouldn't be too hard, since their are thousands available. Just make sure the Web host you choose offers good technical support and ensures little or no downtime. You'll usually have to pay a monthly fee that varies depending on how much disk space and bandwidth your site will use. So it's a good idea to estimate how big your site will be and how much traffic you expect before signing up for a Web hosting service. This definition is provided by techterms.com
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