We offer all the services pertaining to graphic design.
You can make the payment by cheques, debit cards or credit cards. We accept all major credit cards.
We require credit accounts (upfront payment) for the first order. And for subsequent orders, you make the payments after completion of work. It is subject to credit checks.
Yes. We have an expert team who can help you with emergency requirements (with additional charges).
We can provide you with free samples of previous work (for most of our services).
YES! We do provide additional discounts on bulk orders of more than 8-10 files.
It depends upon the complexity of the work.
A vector file is made up of lines. The benefit of using a vector file for printing is that it never gets pixelated. Also, it is highly scalable. PDF is the file format most often requested by printing companies. Currently, PDF is the most preferred type of format and EPS came before it.
We provide artwork in EPS, PDF, CDR, AI.
We use CorelDraw and Adobe Illustrator.
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- Success is something of which we all want more
- Most people believe that success is difficult
- There are basically six key areas to higher achievement
- Believing in yourself and those around you
- Making a decision to do something
There are basically six key areas to higher achievement. Some people will tell you there are four while others may tell you there are eight. One thing for certain though, is that irrespective of the number of steps the experts talk about, they all originate from the same roots.
- Making the decisio
- Clarity – developing the Vision
- Commitment – understanding the price and having the willingness to pay that price
- Belief – believing in yourself and those around you
- Taking action – practice Ready, Fire, Aim…
Focus is having the unwavering attention to complete what you set out to do. There are a million distractions in every facet of our lives. Telephones and e-mail, clients and managers, spouses and kids, TV, newspapers and radio – the distractions are everywhere and endless. Everyone wants a piece of us and the result can be totally overwhelming.
- So, how can we stay on course with all the distractions
- The best way is to develop and follow a plan. Start with your goals
- What steps are required to get you to the goals? Make the plan as detailed as possible.
- Try to visualize and then plan for, every possible setback.
- Commit the plan to paper and then keep it with you at all times.
Along with your plans, you should consider developing an action orientation that will keep you motivated to move forward at all times. This requires a little self-discipline, but is a crucial component to achievement of any kind. Before starting any new activity, ask yourself if that activity will move you closer to your goals.
- If the answer is no, you may want to reconsider doing it
- I coach my clients to practice the 3 D’s – Defer, Delegate or Delete
- Can the particular activity be done later? Defer it!
- Commitment is something that comes from understanding that everything
- This is important because nobody wants to put significant effort into