Designing Services

Designing Services

We provide designing services which involves creation of visual and functional designs that meets the needs and goals of the client. Our design process begins with an understanding of the client’s requirements, followed by research and ideation. We then create different prototypes/versions to test the designs to ensure it meets the desired objectives and based on the feedback create the final version of the designs. We work closely with the clients to deliver high-quality solutions within the given time frame which effectively conveys the brand’s objectives to their audience.

Our Designing Services include:

Graphic Design

1. Graphic Design

Graphic designs involves the use of typography, images, and colors to communicate ideas and stories in visually pleasing way. It is often used to create content for marketing materials, such as brochures, advertisements, and social media posts, as well as for branding purposes, such as logos and business cards. The following are some specific tasks included in Graphic Design projects:

Layout design

Arranging text and imagery on a page in a visually appealing and effective manner.


Selecting and formatting typefaces and font sizes for maximum readability and impact.

Color theory

Using color to create visual interest and convey meaning.


Creating original artwork or modifying existing imagery for use in designs.

Image manipulation

Adjusting the size, brightness, contrast, and other aspects of images to enhance their visual appeal.

Print production

Preparing designs for printing, including ensuring proper file formatting and color accuracy.

Graphic designers may use a variety of tools and software to complete their work, including Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign) and other specialized design software.

Graphic Design
Graphic Design
Graphic Design
UI/UX Design

2. UI/UX Design

The User Interface (UI) design process for websites and applications involves creating the visual and interactive elements that a user interacts with while using a digital product like a website, web application or mobile applications. This can include layout design, color theory, typography, graphic design, and user experience (UX) design. Here is a general outline of the UI design process:

Understand the user

Research the target audience and gather information about their needs, goals, and behaviours.

Define the product

Determine the purpose and features of the product, and create a plan for how it will meet the user's needs.

Design the layout

Create wireframes or prototypes that outline the structure and layout of the product's interface.

Design the visual elements

Develop the look and feel of the product, including the color scheme, typography, and graphic elements.

Test and iterate

Test the design with users and gather feedback. Incorporate this feedback and make any necessary revisions to the design.

Wireframing tools

These allow designers to create simple, low-fidelity layouts to define the structure of the interface. Examples include Balsamiq, InVision, and Adobe XD.

Graphic design tools

These are used to create visual elements such as icons, graphics, and images. Examples include Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.

User testing tools

These allow designers to test the interface with users and gather feedback. Examples include UserTesting and Optimal Workshop.

Prototyping tools

These enable designers to create interactive prototypes that simulate the final product. Examples include InVision, Adobe XD, and Figma.

UI/UX Design
UI/UX Design
UI/UX Design

3. Branding

Branding represents a company or product through a unique name, symbol or designs. It is a way to differentiate a business or product from its competitors and establish a strong, recognizable presence in the market. Branding includes a wide range of elements, including a company's name, logo, tagline, color palette, typography, and overall visual identity.

Branding materials are the physical items that communicate and promote a brand to customers and potential customers. Some examples of branding materials include:

Business cards

Small cards with a company's name, contact information, and logo


Printed stationery with a company's name, logo, and contact information


Pamphlets or leaflets that provide information about a company or its products


The design and materials used to package a product


Physical signs and displays that promote a company or its products

Social media graphics

Visual elements used on social media platforms to promote a company or its products


Products such as t-shirts, hats, or other items with a company's logo or branding elements

Trade show materials

Items such as banners, flyers, and brochures used to promote a company at a trade show or event.

Branding materials are an important part of a company's marketing efforts, as they help to establish a cohesive and consistent visual identity and create a lasting impression on customers.

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