Graphic Creative Design
Print/Screen based illustrations
Complete Corporate Identity
Frequently Asked Questions
What information should I provide for the design brief?
You should ask yourself, what information do you want to provide to your readers in this marketing tool? Are you running a promotion on one of your services? Are you launching (or recently launched) a new product or service? Do you simply want to increase brand awareness in your area or community? Identify the key information that you want to use, and compile this into the copy. Once you have the text down on paper, SFG will take care of the rest.
How long does a brochure design take?
The entire process goes through several steps which include not only the designers but the client as well. The 1st part of the process includes the client providing us with the copy that we should use, any relevant media that is required to go along with the design, and any CI guidelines that we should follow. Once we have all of the above, the design process can begin – which leads to a 1st draft being compiled and sent to the client. Once the draft is approved/amended according to the requested changes, the final file will be compiled and sent through. On average, this entire process does not take more than 4 to 5 business days.
Can SFG provide printing services for my brochure?
Some Fat Geek is a Web Development, Graphic Design & marketing service provider, but unfortunately not a printing company as well. As we have formed strong relationships with local printers that we use & recommend to our customers on a regular basis, we would be happy to consult in the printing process, but we are unable to provide the service directly.
Does SFG imprint any of their own branding on the design?
No, we do not imprint any of our own branding on any final design file that we send through.
Can I request an odd folded brochure?
Yes, if it can be printed on a general sized paper, and you have the blueprint for folding the next revolutionary styled brochure, we would be excited to assist!
Is there an approval process before the final design signoff?
After recieving all the required copy, CI guidelines and media that we are required to use, we will compile a 1st draft of the design file which will be sent to you. This file will be watermarked, and will not be exported in a high-resolution format. Once this file has been reviewed, you can either request changes to be made, or you can signoff on completion – upon which we will export the print-ready (should the design be print-based), high-resolution (and watermarkless) file which you will be able to use for the purpose it was intended.