The Basic Graphic Design

Graphics Design

Welcome to Elite Graphics, here is an overview of what we’re about.

Elite Graphics is a highly qualified design studio. We provide all services and are available for contract and/or sub-contract work too. We take on any challenge that comes our way as we find the right solution for your business.

On hand we have 3 highly experienced graphic designers with a fast turn-around to our clients. We provide our clients with more than just a ‘design’. Elite Graphics take the pleasure of getting to know our clients as we work directly with them to understand their nature of design. We then interperate their designs with our ideas.

Our next step is to review our ideas, as a follow up we also ensure that our design team keep a good relationship with our clients taking care of their future design needs. Elite Graphics have a high reputable client base, and will continue to grow and develop our ideas into what is your future design.

We offer a wide range of services to any business whether it is a small or large organisation to you we can deliever:

web design
logo development/design
concept work
business cards
page layouts

as well as much more. Elite Graphics work hard at keeping their clients happy, this is why if you can find a better design price we are guaranteed to beat it by 15%*.

How To Prepare An Effective Design Brief For Graphic Design Projects

A thoroughly prepared client brief is half the success of a rebranding or design project. Attaining all the necessary and relevant information from the client and a comprehensive insight into the client’s brand provides you with a great foundation for the right brand identity and design solution.
As a designer or brand consultant, a properly prepared client brief gives multiple sources of ideas to work with. Unless you have a clear understanding of what the client wants and needs you waste your time trying to design something out of nothing and the client ends up spending more money than budgeted for as a result of the required modifications…which naturally makes both parties very happy….
Depending on the particular project you will need a specific design brief. That means if you are developing a website or creating a business card, the client design brief will be different. However, there is some general information about your company and what you want to achieve, which should give a good idea in any design situation. Here are some general questions that will help me and fellow designers and consultants:

1. Title 
2. What is the nature of your business? What does your business do? 
3. What is your target market? a. Age b. Sex c. Income d. Occupation e. Location 
4. What is unique about your business or product? 
5. Who is your competition? 
6. What is your aim? What are your goals? 
7. How do you want your clients to feel about the brand? What is the message you want to communicate? 
8. What is your budget? Range? a. Providing a rough guide enables the consultant/designer with an idea of the type of marketing and design solution that can be provided to you. 
9. What is your deadline? 
10. Provide the designer with current and past design and marketing materials.


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