Your company’s total branding starts with a great logo and expands to every aspect of your business. The design needs to target your audience in a way that is functional, attractive, and professional. Your brand should provide an instant connection to the outstanding products and services that you offer, and you need an excellent graphic design to forge that kind of connection.

LOGOS by ATUZEE: Distinctive design, mark, or symbol that uniquely identifies a firm. A corporate logo is a powerful corporate identity tool and, as the symbol by which public recognizes a firm, is in some cases more valuable than the physical assets of the firm.

The following are examples of logos that Atuzee has done for a wide range of small businesses. Each logo is an attempt to remain simple and elegant while conveying the nature of the type of business it represents. While these logos are shown here in their full-colour version, each works very well as a 1 colour logo, ei., black on white.

Your company’s total branding starts with a great logo and expands to every aspect of your business. The design needs to target your audience in a way that is functional, attractive, and professional. Your brand should provide an instant connection to the outstanding products and services that you offer, and you need an excellent graphic design to forge that kind of connection.

LOGOS by ATUZEE: Distinctive design, mark, or symbol that uniquely identifies a firm. A corporate logo is a powerful corporate identity tool and, as the symbol by which public recognizes a firm, is in some cases more valuable than the physical assets of the firm.

The following are examples of logos that Atuzee has done for a wide range of small businesses. Each logo is an attempt to remain simple and elegant while conveying the nature of the type of business it represents. While these logos are shown here in their full-colour version, each works very well as a 1 colour logo, ei., black on white.

Atuzee has been designing graphics for print in all its forms on all types of media, including golf balls, pens, t-shirts and of course, paper. Of all the business cards, calendars, product labels, brochures, newspaper ads, etc. that have passed through our doors, we’ve brought together a small sampling here. This page contains a few examples of the different types of print graphics we’ve done for our clients.

Tradeshow graphics

This graphic was created as the background display for iVision – Live Video Monitoring. The final dimensions were 12.9′ x 7.2′ and printed on a stretchable fabric.

Poster

This poster was designed as an elevator poster advertising our client’s 3 month special.

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Business plan

This is a spread from a business plan we created for Cozystay. Business plans don’t have to look like they were designed by an accountant. Using a magazine-style, they can make use of gorgeous pictures with creative placement of text to maximize the impact of the message.

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Business card

Doekai Games needed a business card that suited their stylish games. Using a character from their playing card set, this business card was created. (front and back shown).

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Data sheet

This technical sheet of a surveillance quadcopter was designed for Orion Monitoring.

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Rack card

This rack card was created for our client Fitness2ooo and this image shows both the front and back. Rack cards are used as mini-brochures to promote events or special offers, and can be left in convenient locations where they can catch the attention of passersby.

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1 Page Brochure

This brochure for VIO was printed on card stock and was presented in a stand at their tradeshows.

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Book cover

This book cover was designed for our client Quickfindbooks. The artwork has been used on both their printed and e-book versions.

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Tri-fold brochure

Another example of a tri-fold brochure (front and back shown).

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These images show how photoshop can be used to create realistic images out of a variety of source images. Our client needed a homepage slider that spanned a very wide page, but their original photos didn’t have the necessary background content. Using stock images, we were able to create widescreen backgrounds and place the original images into them. The following 6 slides show the original client supplied photo on top and the final composition on the bottom. The 7 slide shows the stock images used to create the backgrounds.

Designer – H. Rauma

Atuzee has been designing graphics for print in all its forms on all types of media, including golf balls, pens, t-shirts and of course, paper. Of all the business cards, calendars, product labels, brochures, newspaper ads, etc. that have passed through our doors, we’ve brought together a small sampling here. This page contains a few examples of the different types of print graphics we’ve done for our clients.

Tradeshow graphics

This graphic was created as the background display for iVision – Live Video Monitoring. The final dimensions were 12.9′ x 7.2′ and printed on a stretchable fabric.

 

Poster

This poster was designed as an elevator poster advertising our client’s 3-month special.

Business plan

This is a spread from a business plan we created for Cozystay. Business plans don’t have to look like they were designed by an accountant. Using a magazine-style, they can make use of gorgeous pictures with creative placement of text to maximize the impact of the message.

Business card

Doekai Games needed a business card that suited their stylish games. Using a character from their playing card set, this business card was created. (front and back shown).

Data sheet

This technical sheet of a surveillance quadcopter was designed for Orion Monitoring.

Rack card

This rack card was created for our client Fitness2ooo and this image shows both the front and back. Rack cards are used as mini-brochures to promote events or special offers, and can be left in convenient locations where they can catch the attention of passersby.

1 Page Brochure

This brochure for VIO was printed on card stock and was presented in a stand at their tradeshows.

Book cover

This book cover was designed for our client Quickfindbooks. The artwork has been used on both their printed and e-book versions.

Tri-fold brochure

Another example of a tri-fold brochure (front and back shown).

These images show how photoshop can be used to create realistic images out of a variety of source images. Our client needed a homepage slider that spanned a very wide page, but their original photos didn’t have the necessary background content. Using stock images, we were able to create widescreen backgrounds and place the original images into them. The following 6 slides show the original client supplied photo on top and the final composition on the bottom. The 7 slide shows the stock images used to create the backgrounds.

Designer – H. Rauma

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