We offer free design for the following items, but because they generally take more time to create, they are not high on our priority list. We will do our best to get the designs to you in a timely manner. We ask that you allow us time to be creative to come up with the best design for you.
The following are items we design:
Design Request Form for Faculty/Staff
This form is also for flyers, posters, postcards, etc. that you only want us to design and that you will be printing elsewhere.
We can create advertisements for magazines or newspapers. As sizes are different with each publication, please let us know what size they need to be so that we can size them appropriately.
The Record (Buffalo State's newspaper) is now only an online publication. To see the sizes available, click here.
Logo design can either be either easy or extremely difficult. If you have a clear idea of what you want, chances are we'll get it too. But if you come to us with only a vague understanding of what you want - then chances are we'll have only a vague idea of what you want either. Showing us examples of what you like, maybe what color you'd like it to be, or even describing what type of business/club it is can be a great help. Photos do not make good logos. They are not vector images - which means that when you increase the size, they will get pixelated and blurry. We will take into account what they look like small and large, one color and multiple colors.
This logo was created for a student. He would take his father's recipes and make them more healthy. The sun was for the Southern roots and the green leaves are for the healthy change he was making with the recipes.
To create T-shirt designs you'll need to find a vendor that will produce the shirts for you. From them you'll need to get the print specifications to give to us (i.e. What size does the design have to be? How many colors? What type of file do they want to receive?).
To create these designs you'll need to find a vendor that will produce the items for you. From them you'll need to get the print specifications to give to us (i.e. What size does the design have to be? How many colors? What type of file do they want to receive?).
The above design was placed on silicone bracelets, similar to the example on the right.
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