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Posted by on in Google

Mark your calendars mobile marketers, January 10th, 2017 is set to be another major deadline after Google's most recent announcement regarding pesky pop-up ads and interstitials (elements that interfere with a site's content) on mobile search results. You know what I'm talking about, those annoying pop-ups that make it nearly impossible to successfully find out just how many famous people were actually in the Harry Potter movies without wanting to throw you phone against a wall. These pop-up ads make us want to laugh, cry, groan, and worst of all, click away from a website.

Posted by on in Graphic Design

No matter the size of your business, you can make a big impact with the use of well-designed posters! Posters help companies capture the attention of potential clients because they offer more surface area, allowing for larger text and graphics that can quickly and effectively spread your message. At Green Group Studio, our team of skilled graphic designers can turn your poster concept into a reality through eye-popping graphics and vibrant colors.

Posted by on in Web Design

Companies, both large and small, want to know what a website will cost them before moving forward with such an investment. Unfortunately, there is no exact answer that can be provided without knowing their unique set of business needs first. Very much like asking how much a house costs, the answer depends on a variety of factors, including how big it is, what features are needed, the location, and the layout. A website is your business' online home; how much are you willing to pay for it? While smaller businesses can get away with a relatively cheap informational website ranging from $3,000-$5,000, if the website is the backbone of your revenue model, you can expect that the additional required functionality to increase the cost. Typically, medium-sized business websites in 2016 can cost anywhere from $8k to $20k, while large (or web-based) businesses can expect to pay $10-100k+ for a website. These increased costs are all related to the amount of functionality. The more expensive websites have web application development needs (where specific business, membership, or complex e-commerce tasks are carried out).

Posted by on in Newsroom

You’ve heard about it on the radio, read about it on the internet, and may have even laughed at it as people walk around with their phones glued to their hands. It’s the newest and biggest trend that has children and adults alike out of their homes and flocking to parks, shopping plazas, and universities. It’s Pokémon Go, and it is everywhere.

Posted by on in Graphic Design
Instagram's new logo looks like version of Microsoft background.

This past May, Instagram did the unthinkable, the unimaginable, the shocking—they updated their software to version 8.0. Gone is our beloved retro brown camera logo, replaced instead with a gradient rainbow that looks suspiciously similar to an old Microsoft background (see stage left). Like saying goodbye to an old friend whose presence is comforting and familiar, Instagram users now find themselves overwhelmed with emotion as they frantically search for the app among the hundreds of other brightly-colored icons crowding their phone screens.

Posted by on in Sharable

There are few things more frustrating to clients than going over budget on a project, and few things more nerve-racking to a design agency than having to inform them of such. Unfortunately, getting a budget exactly right is more of an art than a science, one that includes the time it takes for services to be rendered and a keen attention to a client's organizational and behavioral qualities. In order to get the most out of your agency relationship, and avoid blowing your budget, we recommend taking the following into account:

Posted by on in Graphic Design

While your logo should certainly be great as a standalone element, it can only do so much when you’re creating a piece that needs to effectively communicate your company’s information, as well as its brand personality. Whether displayed on a letter, invoice, contract, or proposal, one of the most important elements of your stationery, and your overall corporate identity, is your letterhead.

Posted by on in Graphic Design

Envelopes come in all different shapes, sizes, stocks, and colors. Learn more about the envelope design process, and how you can use them to wow your customer, below.

Envelope Shapes

Envelopes come in a variety of shapes and sizes, from square envelopes (typically used for invitations to parties or events) to catalogs (primarily used when shipping large items such as legal documents) to rectangular envelopes! However, the choice between different-shaped envelopes is usually based on the items being carried within.

Posted by on in Graphic Design

When it comes to designing packaging for food products, companies have almost complete creative control regarding the overall design. However, one of the elements that every company’s packaging MUST have is a Nutrition Facts label (other items include the ingredients list, manufacturer’s name and address, and a statement of identity). Thanks to the FDA (a government agency charged with regulating food, supplements, drugs, etc.) a majority of companies selling a packaged food, beverages, or dietary supplements must include a nutrition label in their design.

Posted by on in Marketing

As a graphic designer with almost ten years of experience, I cannot stress enough the importance of consistently marketing your business. It doesn’t matter how great the quality of your product is or how amazing your services are; if you don’t put in the effort to properly market your business, you’re going to go unnoticed by consumers. Brand awareness and product relevance are crucial pieces to growing your business and creating loyal customers. Below are a few of the basic steps to getting your company on a consumer’s radar.

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