Print Design

Photo of a pocket folder print design with the Lea Team branding.

Our Process

Whether it's flyers, brochures, direct mail, or packaging, print design is about the clear and powerful communication of a succinct message to your audience. Our background in sales and marketing have made us passionate about perfecting every design decision and word choice.

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The goals, the audience, and the medium

Before getting boxed in to a particular collateral type (ex: it has to be a tri-fold brochure), it's ideal to start by defining the message you want to share and who you want to share it with. That info helps us decide which medium is best.

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Write the copy

It's tempting to begin design projects by focusing on the visuals - the pretty stuff. But, it's essential to begin with the content. With print design, this is particularly true. The text, both what it says and how long it is, will determine the layout of the piece and what assets are needed to accompany it. If you need help writing the content, let us know. We're copywriters too.

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Draft the layout

Drawing on foundational concepts like visual hierarchy, color theory, and spatial composition, we'll create a layout for the print piece that supports the content. We'll use realistic mockups to help you visualize the final product. Then, we'll revise the piece based on your feedback.

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Get it printed

Understanding print processes is key to sending a file to print with high color and cut accuracy. We provide print-ready files your printer of choice will be able to execute perfectly. We can also recommend printers who provide proofs so that you can see a printed example before moving forward with the whole order.

Jose was amazing to work with. He listened to my needs, gave great recommendations, and the Chattanooga Fellows ended up with an amazing addition to our branding. Would highly recommend.

Jonathan Ingraham

Start your project.

Every project starts the same way. I ask questions, get to know you, and delve into the challenges you face. My crticial thinking roars to life and I envision what we will accomplish together.

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