BRANDING: Small Business Package

Asheville Business Card Design

Asheville Business Card Design by Gary CrosseyAsheville Business Card Design can mean one of two things. A business card that is designed without a brand.

The Hands on Health Asheville Branding Project included a range of graphic design services. I worked with the Asheville startup to develop a strong logo design package.

Due to the nature of the business model – and the over saturation in the Asheville market. It was important to create a design that was different – while still having a local appeal.

Branding Development and Logo Design. 

Doing the graphic design for the business card samples had many firm visual guidelines that were easy to follow and adopt a strong visual design.

I have said it before – creating a business card is often the first that your graphic designer can test the guidelines of your Branding Package.

Asheville Branding, Logo Design, and Business Card

 

Improve your Asheville Business

Asheville is very much a word-of-mouth small town. You are as likely to run into more people are the local grocery store, than at a nightclub. The upside to this is that Asheville grocery stores are quite common and happening places. Often with free internet and awesome coffee.

Due to the clients word-of-mouth appeal, I created the appointment card on the back of the business card – making it easy to secure follow-up appointments.

The client said that the scheduling feature was a great success – often while buying groceries.

Other Graphic Design Projects

  • Logo Design.
  • Outdoor Signage.
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Outdoor Signage

Website Design and Development Projects

Other aspects of the project included website repair and custom programming for the company website.

The company website was on a limited service hosting plan. While the templates were complicated and limiting – I was able to rewrite most of the code to transfer the website interface over to the brand palette.

Sure, the entire process took many hours of coding (way too many hours). But, you know I love to overwrite code – there is nothing better that I like to do. I am quite a master at CSS and figuring out how to best control any website element.

Rewriting the template to reflect the new company brand colors for my client was an awesome power of CSS. I don’t often get to show off my CSS programming skills. That all changed with this project – to be honest – I took a good guess on most of the CSS coding.

For more information on creating custom website solutions for your business or personal website.

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