Graphic Design & Animation

Think Digital: Elevating Your Brand with Graphic Design and Animation

Stand Out in the Crowd!

Graphic design and animation are essential components of modern business. They play a crucial role in communicating a brand’s message and building its identity. At Think Digital, we specialize in providing exceptional graphic design and animation services that help businesses stand out in a crowded market.Our team of experienced designers and animators works closely with clients to understand their brand and develop custom solutions that reflect their values and vision. We use the latest tools and techniques to create high-quality designs and animations that are visually appealing and engaging.Our graphic design services include logo design, brand identity design, packaging design, and more. We create designs that not only look great but also effectively communicate the brand’s message to its audience. Our designs are scalable, meaning they can be adapted to various mediums such as print, digital, or social media.Animation is a powerful tool for storytelling, and we leverage it to create engaging and compelling visual content. We specialize in 2D and 3D animation, motion graphics, and explainer videos. Our animations are not only visually stunning but also effectively communicate complex ideas and concepts in an easy-to-understand way.Partnering with Think Digital for graphic design and animation services can benefit businesses in several ways. Our designs and animations can help businesses stand out in a crowded market, increase brand awareness, and ultimately drive revenue growth.

Our Process

Our work Centers around branding. We develop complete branding solutions. Adapting branding to a full range of graphic design services

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The Brief

This may seem obvious, but the first step in any graphic design process has to be the brief. This could include details about the business, the target audience, the specifications, as well as a whole host of other information. For graphic designers, this first step will usually be delivered to you through a client meeting. This is where they sit down with you and discuss what  they want you to do for them.

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Like with the first step, the second step of the graphic design process doesn’t actually involve any designing. Though, this doesn’t make either of them any less important. After a designer has received the brief and knows what the client needs from them, they should embark on some market research. This step of the process involves gathering as much information as possible to help inform your design. This means the direction your design is going to take and all your future decisions relating to the project.

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Thumbnailing is where design actually starts to look like design. Once you’ve sorted through your ideas, thumbnailing can be used to show what these ideas might actually look. Using those essential tools of a designer, a pen and notebook, you should quickly sketch out all the separate elements of what will make up your design—the images, the margins, the body copy, etc. But what’s the point of doing this multiple times? 

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Client Approval

We take back what we said before, this is the most nerve wracking part of the design process! Once revisions have been made, once or more, it’s time to present your final design to the client. Depending on the client, this presentation could be made to an individual or a team of people. Sometimes it’s even made to the big dogs, like Directors or CEOs.

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Final Design

It’s also most likely the step of the design process that is most out of a designer’s control. Once you’ve finished all the other steps, your design has been finalised, approved and packaged. It’s time for the actual production to begin. The production will differ massively depending on what the design actually is.For this though we’ll take two examples, a magazine and a website. Once your magazine is all finished, then obviously it has to be printed. You or the client will send it over to the printing house to get the physical printed magazine out to the world. For the website, this is the job of developers and coders. They have to make the website you’ve designed for into a living, working website. Once your design is produced, you can finally relax. The design process is over and the project is complete.

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