We hope that you have all recovered after our latest display of winter weather, its business as usual here at Gemini Digital! Grab yourself a spring saving and take advantage of our March Business Card Offer!
Spring is nearly here so we thought that its a good time to take advantage of a great print offer on business cards for March:
Get 250 business cards free in March on orders above 500 cards and lamination is at half price.
Call us on 01273 441832 for further information and quote ‘March Offer’ when placing your order.
We have just completed an awards brochure for the Sussex Heritage Trust this is an 8 page A5 in full colour which we designed, produced and printed along with an entry form. Below is a testimonial about our graphic design and print work with samples of the finished brochure.
The brochures look great – thank you. We have had lots of good comments about it! A Coombes – Sussex Heritage Trust
Seagem, East Sussex – HMY Architects
Here at Gemini Digital we believe colour can sway thinking, change actions and cause reactions…
Colour is an element that can easily be overlooked by companies when looking at their branding. However, it is not something that should be taken lightly. Colour has emotional connections to the sub-conscious, meaning when your clients see your logo and branding they automatically have an idea about what kind of company you are before finding out what you do.
It is important that you give out the right impression by using appropriate colours that relate to your values. For example, Cadbury uses a luxurious purple to promote it’s chocolate. This has connotations towards royalty and high class, making the consumer believe they are in for a quality treat when they buy a Cadbury’s product. When used in the right way, colour can become the staple of a strong brand identity, making your company instantly recognisable above the rest.
Colour and how it is produced on screen and on paper can often be a source of confusion between clients, designers and printers. We have come up with this simple glossary to explain some of the terms used.
Red, Green, Blue – the three colours used to produce full colour images on screen. This is used in all screen and web applications but is not suitable for printing.
CMYK – CMYK refers to the four inks used in colour printing: cyan, magenta, yellow and key black. Also known as four colour process and used in litho and digital printing for colour printing on paper and board.
PANTONE – A set of standard coulours for printing, which is specified by a single number (eg. PANTONE 287u). Used for 1 or 2 colour printing and also in silk screen printing (eg. t-shirt printing).
Colour Meanings – Colour can have a massive impact on your brand and the way people perceive you as a company, whether it be consciously or sub-consciously. It’s vital to understand the connotations of different colours to get the most out of your logo and branding.
Gemini Digital are here to help, if you think your company needs a colour revamp, give us a call on 01273 441832 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are a few colour examples and their connotations… If you can think of any companies that use these colours to enhance their brand, post them up with a picture!
Red – passion, anger, stop, battle, love
Yellow – joy, intellect, caution, cowardice, youth
Orange – creativity, invigoration, unique, energy
Green – fertility, money, healing, success, growth
Blue – knowledge, tranquility, calm, peace, cool
Purple – royalty, wisdom, spirituality, luxury, imagination
To help the new year start with something different we are offering variable data and dimensional printing at no extra cost until 31/1/13. Call now for further information and quote ‘January Offer’ when placing your order on 01273 441832 / 07912 485347. Find out more and view a sample on our offers page.
Gemini Press would like to wish all of our clients and customers a very Happy New Year!
Gemini Press would like to thank our clients for their continued support and take this opportunity to wish you all a very happy Christmas and a prosperous 2013.