Website badges are handy graphics to add to a website - also useful for social media links. Sizes and shapes can vary.
Using business card blanks to print your own business cards makes it possible to create small batches with different purposes, such as focusing on a different aspect of the business. And since you only print enough cards at a time for anticipated use, there is much less waste if the card information needs to be changed at any time.
One side of a tri-fold brochure. Design for print media includes things like deciding what type of paper stock to use for printing. If the brochure is to be printed by a service such as VistaPrint, the design must also comply with the service's design parameters.
GRAPHICS FOR CD/DVD COVERS.
Top left: an actual cover image, created as a single JPG file.
Bottom: the whole cover insert for a CD album, which will be cut out along the guidelines and folded in half to form a booklet.
All images are original photos or drawings by Jeri-Lynn Woods of Dustwood Media.
Different social media sites call for different sizes of images, but it’s necessary to use the same basic image for continuity (and identifiability). Above left: a Facebook cover. Below left: a Google+ page cover.
An example of logo design. The basic design idea came from the client; Dustwood Media provided (and edited) the photo image and chose the fonts. Logo was subsequently used on banners, brochures, and souvenir coffee mugs.
All of the examples on this Graphic Design Portfolio page are actual designs used for various Dustwood Media clients at various times. Some images have a light grey border added for the sake of clarity. Images are displayed at less than full-size.
Graphic design includes design for print media (posters, flyers, business cards, print ads, packaging, album covers, magazine covers, logos etc.) and digital design (including website pages, blogs, YouTube videos, and materials for social media).