A man appears with a stack of papers, looks down at them, and starts reading them in a monotone voice.
You squirm. You fidget. You look for the exit.
You file into the same theater and find a seat, the lights dim, the spotlight shines and a man appears on stage. Music fills the air. He starts singing out — putting all his heart into it — and you are captivated. You can’t look away!
The words resonate. They echo in your mind long after you’ve left the theater.
That’s what design does.
Good design adds a layer of performance to all your marketing materials.
It delivers your information in a way that it grabs attention, holds the viewer captive and makes them remember your message long after you’ve communicated it.
It’s the difference between a man taking the stage with a stack of papers and reading them in a monotone voice, and one who comes out, stands in a spotlight and sings out with all his heart.
Which one would you pay attention to?