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Innovative design for physical marketing efforts

Moore-Wilson started life as a graphics business over 25 years ago and we quickly built a solid reputation for producing effective, print-based communications material.

Following an initial meeting to gauge our clients’ requirements, we generally brief three of our designers who then ‘compete’ with each other, each producing their best design ideas to be presented to the client.

These concept designs will be presented to you, together with a clear quotation, on a purely speculative basis. In this way, you can see our design ideas before committing to any initial cost.

Advertising:

Whether designing for printed advertising or digital banner advertising we will provide strong copy and created as part of a carefully planned approach. We always seek to liaise directly with the required media agency to ensure that the artwork files they receive meet their exact specifications. 

Brochures:

Every piece of corporate literature must communicate its message clearly and memorable if it is to deliver results. We work closely with our clients to obtain a clear grasp of their marketing and business objectives. Our aim is to help you communicate with clarity and conviction.

Every printed brochure we produce calls upon our design skills and knowledge of conventional and digital printing processes, materials and paper stocks. From various print finishing techniques to environmental considerations, our print knowledge can add considerable impact to your business literature.

Display and Signage:

Whether designing stand-alone display units, creating exhibition graphics or designing displays and signage for offices, we have an extensive understanding of working with all of the required materials.

Where necessary we will supervise the on-site application of exhibition graphics, such as pre-finished panels, vinyl graphics, illuminated graphics and signage; liaising with, or managing, appropriate contractors.

Packaging:

Connecting with the customer is the requisite of good packaging. Delivering the product name, product features, buying message, and costs, and ultimately creating the desire to buy, are all key considerations that we put to our clients when creating pack designs.