Graphic Design

Paper or Pixel?

This page is about the printed things… or more accurately the visual things…the things we see with our eyes.

Holding something in your hand — a piece of paper, a folding brochure, a book — is a much different experience than viewing something on a screen. I submit that both versions have their place in this ever-changing world.  Where and how designs are viewed play a big role in the decisions designers make when creating them. (RGB vs CMYK) Sure, graphic design gets images and ideas on the screen. And it also gets images screen-printed on t-shirts, the printed page, or coffee mugs and pens.

Zoe Snyder Book Cover Design Houston TX
Book Covers & Inside Page Layout

Book Cover & Pages Layout – So many wonderful ways to present the contents of a book on just one cover. Limitation pushes creativity. If you are an author, well, a customized cover design is a no-brainer. Once the inside pages are designed, and laid out, we can discuss best publishing options for you.

Logo Design – The logo is a symbol, your personal avatar that follows you everywhere, that represents you on your website, on your Facebook page, on your Twitter account, email auto responders, and guest posts on some one else’s blog. It will be what depicts you or your business consistently wherever you go on the web.  If you don’t already have a logo or brand, let me create a customized look for you.

Business cards Are they really so passé these days? Are they ‘old-school’? Have all these digital pixels things replaced the physical thing we hold in our hands? This designer-gal thinks NOT!

We all know how business cards work, right? A physical something you hand to someone… a well-designed reminder of the meeting that also includes the useful info of mobile no.,  email  address, and website address.  

This designer declares business cards a useful thing.

Stationery Packages
Stationery package – A handwritten card or letter of thanks and appreciation is a quaint and personal way to send your message. One step above email, the fact that you took the time to hand write a thank you note on your personal/business stationery will make a memorable impression the recipient will remember.