Conceptualising, design and layout, and the technical implementation and preparation from a concept to a final press ready product.
A graphic designer’s key function is to conceptualize ideas through the integration of text, typography and illustrations in the production of printed and marketing material.
The graphic designer is supplied with “raw” information by the client, which is utilized to create, design and transform into a visually pleasing, printable end product that satisfies the client as well as communicate the intended message.
OUR PROJECTS INCLUDE:
- Academic/research posters
- Book and file covers
- Brochures, flyers and booklets
- CD covers, booklets/inlays and clichés
- Journals (eg. Communicare; JTSCM; JEF; Education as Change; Diskoers; SAALT; etc.) Magazines (eg. UJ Advance Magazine and STH Magazine)
- Books/publications (“coffee table” publications)
- Annual and Research Reports (UJ; Social Work (CSDA); Transport & Supply Chain Management) Marketing and exhibition material (Banners, flags, umbrellas, gazebo’s)
- Newsletters (eg. Edu-brief; Management Update; Cognoscenti; SAARDHE; CenTAL Newsclips; FADA Research News; Language Unit; Faculty of Science; etc.)
- Photo / digital/hand illustrations
- Illustrations and photo plates for research and academic publications
- Corporate identity (eg. Logo design; business cards; letterheads; fax sheets; memos; etc.)
- UJ brand products and promotional material
- UJ vehicle branding and signage (information design)
- Web design: Look and feel, banners and buttons.
- Clothing design (eg. Graduation Gowns; Protection Services Uniforms; t-shirts; etc.)