Marketing Material

Marketing Material

Communicate your message through multiple marketing platforms, print and digital.

As technological innovations offer new media outlets, our ways to communicate have gone far beyond print media. Most of our clients choose a mix of print and digital productions.

Our creative team has designed digital and printed materials, for a wide variety of clients including Northern Virginia Community College, Mary Baldwin University, Walmart, Volkswagen, Monster, CLS Strategies, Polar Star Consulting, ABC Solutions, Conservation International, as well as numerous real estate businesses and mortgage companies. 

Marketing materials provide the first look into your business.

Experts recommend to take a good look at your products and services your offer. Analyze your price points and define your target market. Then take that information and integrate it into your marketing materials. This will help you to achieve that “first look” and also ensures that your message is unified. A cohesive marketing campaign can involve print materials, such as business cards, postcards, flyers, posters, banners, booklets, tents, and promotional material.

In addition to print media, digital marketing pieces are an ideal way to get your message around. Digital pieces include interactive PDFs, custom graphics for social media, digital ads, and video production.

Achieve a cohesive message

Your marketing materials offer great benefits. For example, they can be a brand booster and salesforce weapons. Good marketing materials can create a lasting impression on the consumer and enhance your brand potential. They also work to tell the story of your business and they are a great way to get your message across. Whether it is a postcard, a flyer, a booklet, t-shirts, a banner for an expo, or even an ad for your car,  Bluewing Creative can help you achieve the correct message to reach your target market.

Booklets

Booklets

Whether for print or for digital media, booklets are a great tool to convey detailed information to your audience.

When it comes to binding, the most common method is saddle-stitch binding. In the printing industry, saddle-stitch binding refers to a very popular book binding method in which folded sheets are gathered together, one inside the other, and then stapled through the fold line with wire staples. 

We have produced print and digital booklets for a variety of industries including universities, bio-technology enterprises, public relations firms, real estate companies, and the food industry. 

Posters and Banners

Posters and Banners

From a letter-sized poster to a street-wide banner, we are here to assist you.

Advertising posters and banners are a common print promotional technique used by a wide variety of businesses and organizations. These pieces provide messages intended to promote brand awareness or call attention to an event, and it is important to think about the layout, images, colors, and copy that will help to convey your ideas effectively. Posters and banners come in wide-ranging shapes, sizes, and materials.

Charts and Diagrams

Charts and Diagrams

Make a strong impact
with charts, graphs, and infographics.

Infographics are graphic visual representations of information, data or knowledge intended to present information quickly and clearly. They can improve cognition by utilizing graphics to enhance the human visual system’s ability to see patterns and trends. Whether it is for a proposal, digital or print media Bluewing Creative can assist you in designing your graphics.

Our Clients

Our creative team has produced charts, tables, graphs, maps, infographics, diagrams and timelines for a variety of companies including Tenica, CLS Strategies, Northern Virginia Community College, Volkswagen, and Nedia Enterprises.

Here are some of the tips for a great infographic:

  1. Create your infographic for your target audience.
  2. Keep it simple.
  3. Keep it focused.
  4. Show things visually.
  5. Promote it.
  6. Make it easy to view.
  7. Make it a manageable length and size.
  8. Add white space.
  9. Create a killer headline.
  10. Focus on the flow.

Source:https://neilpatel.com/blog/12-infographic-tips/