Dave Morris Design has offered graphic design solutions in Cornwall for the past 20 years. His knowledge and experience gives his clients a competitive edge in their already competitive industries while at the same time producing cost-effective solutions for a wide variety of print based graphics projects. These range from corporate identites for local businesses to stylish brochures for international fashion houses.
All clients of Dave Morris Design, however large or small, can expect a professional, efficient and, above all, friendly service at each stage of the creative process, from initial concepts to final proof-checking.
It's the ideas that make companies what they are. Dave Morris Design would like to help you solve problems for your consumers which in turn will increase your sales. Remember, it's great ideas that make a great product.
Production methods and pre-press technologies have progressed enormously in the last 20 years, but the principles of good design remain unchanged.
Corporate Identity is your business face in the market. It creates an impression of the company without a single descriptive term. It is what comes to mind for a customer when they hear the name of your company.
Branding your company is not about getting your target market to choose you over your competition, but getting your prospects to see you as the only one that provides the solution to their problem.
Websites provide instant visual presentations of your business. No other medium for being available 24/7/365 even compares to a website and with good design you can target every visitor's needs specifically.
When designing for print you are trying to get your audience to stay on a page long enough to get your marketing message across. Its not just the design that comes into play but also the way you utilize physical properties.
Packaging design's main objective is to attract customers attention. Not just to inform your customers, but also provoke feelings and communicate emotions.
Over the last 8 years my design studio has specialised in annual reports where we take a bundle of boring information and use design to make it interesting.