How our graphic design process works...

1. Understanding your business

Our team will first take the time to understand your business values and needs. Once we are aligned with the direction you want to take, we demonstrate how we can freshen up your marketing through our graphic design services.

With a strong relationship and clear communications, we can work towards building a strong foundation for your graphic design campaign. Once we’re aligned with your goals, we will provide a written cost proposal alongside timelines for milestones within the project.

2. Concept design and presentation

At Bob, we like to give our clients the luxury of choice whilst we explore every avenue possible within our graphic design services. We leave no stone unturned, allowing our graphic designers to create a variety of different concept designs.

We’ll present our findings with you as well as giving you reasoning and logic behind our concepts. This will lead us in deciding on production ideas for the final piece including additional features you might want to include such as paper stocks or special finishes.

3. Draft and refine

After the concepts have been signed off, we will get to work on drafting up your graphic designs, following the direction agreed in the concept period.

Once we’re close to completion with your draft, we will take the designs through various stages of revisions until you are happy with the designs and ready to sign them off for printing. On top of that, we create the production-ready artwork files.

4. Print and delivery

Working with our expert print partners we’ll supply the graphic designs and manage the production process. We will carry out more proofing within this process to ensure that image quality meets our high standards.

When opting for our graphic design services, trust our highly experienced team to handle all the details so you can sit back and relax.

Our Graphic design work

As a Bristol based graphic design agency, we have had the opportunity to help hundreds of businesses across Bristol, London and the UK freshen up their marketing through our graphic design.

Take a look at some of the businesses that we have supplied our graphic design services to…

Telenzo Carpets

Our work with Telenzo carpets centred around redefining their brand and rolling out the revamped look. We created a comprehensive brand guidelines document to give the company a solid basis for future communications. We covered all aspects of the customer journey from swatch packs and labelling to retail displays and social media.

SAERI

We continue to work with SAERI to support their important scientific research. Our work has included a suite of branded materials which gives the charity a coherent visual appearance. This includes project reports, event materials, proposal templates, stationery and slide deck styles.

Kingsmead Carpets

Bob was tasked with implementing the new Kingsmead brand across the board. We set to work on designing all the key customer journey touch points. This ranged from social media templates and carpet sample mailer packs to in-store POS.

The Headboard Workshop

Over ten years ago, we created a baa-rilliant brand identity for bespoke furniture retailer the Headboard Workshop. We’re continuing to work with them, creating assets, marketing collateral and improving the customer experience.

Gaskell Wool Rich

Our work with Gaskell centred on the most used customer touch points. We created template styles for everything from price lists to product labelling, and point-of-sale to sample binders. The new signature style features monochrome hero photography which provides a calm sophistication.

Tigerplay

Tigerplay were in need of a way to showcase the playspaces they create to prospective clients. We selected the most relevant and fun projects to feature in the brochure. Beautiful finishing touches elevate the brochure above the ordinary – a lasting impression of quality that echoes their play spaces.

Aspirations Financial Planning

Aspirations turned to us to provide a cost-effective rollout of their new brand to their printed materials. The main requirements for the rollout of the new branding were a suite of brochures, a client folder, and everyday marketing collateral items such as letterheads, comp slips, business cards and email footers.

Salisbury Cathedral School

For over 20 years we’ve been working with Salisbury Cathedral School to produce impactful marketing literature. From Prospectuses to exhibition graphics and advertising we’ve helped bring attention and interest to this most historic of schools.

Bible Society

A series of information packs for the Bible Society. These support face-to-face conversations on how a donation can help distribute Bibles to people all over the world. Each pack uses infographics to explain the Bible Society’s vision along with case studies showing tangible results from previous donations.

Bateman Skips

Continuing our work with Bateman Skips, we rolled out their new brand across a variety of media. We created digital assets, adverts, vehicle signage and stationery, positioning them as the ‘go-to’ supplier for domestic skip hire.

Wilton Group

In recent years, our graphic design team have been helping Wilton Group to better engage with their target market. Sophisticated, clean design and premium materials make for a suite of literature perfectly suited to high-net-worth clients.

Business West

Our continuing 20+ year relationship with Business West has seen us design and produce literature for a great many targeted campaigns. We tend to work by providing the creative impetus to the marketing department’s tactical requirements.

Clifton Private Finance

Clifton Private Finance is an independent finance broker. Clifton Private Finance approached us to enhance their brand and marketing materials. We initiated the process by providing a brief overview of the current branding issues and proposed minor adjustments to refine and enhance the overall look. Subsequently, we collaborated with the CPF team to review all their marketing materials and collateral.

Bath Abbey

Bath Abbey asked us to help create the visuals for their Footprint project – a transformative programme of interpretation, sustainable energy and capital works that will provide new and restored spaces for all the users of the Abbey. Our task was to help the public understand the project while the work was underway. We researched and illustrated characters based on six historical figures associated with Bath Abbey to help explain the project through public space design via site hoardings while leaflets and printed materials helped deliver the message once visitors stepped inside the Abbey.

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