GRAPHIC DESIGN IS THE PROCESS OF VISUAL COMMUNICATION AND PROBLEM-SOLVING USING ONE OR MORE OF TYPOGRAPHY, PHOTOGRAPHY AND ILLUSTRATION.

THE FIELD IS CONSIDERED A SUBSET OF VISUAL COMMUNICATION AND COMMUNICATION DESIGN, BUT SOMETIMES THE TERM “GRAPHIC DESIGN” IS USED SYNONYMOUSLY.

  • Logo Design.

  • Name Design.
  • Signature.
  • Letterhead.
  • Envelopes.
  • Business cards.
  • Brochure.
  • Flyer’s.
  • Invitations.
  • Posters.
  • Folder.
  • Banners.
  • Book Cover.
  • Newsletters.
  • Ads (magazine, etc.)
  • Annual Reports.
  • Signage.
  • Labels.
  • ِAnd much more…

“GRAPHIC DESIGN” IS A VAST AND VARIED DISCIPLINE, USING MANY SKILLS, RULES AND TECHNIQUES TO BE ABLE TO PROVIDE THE RIGHT INFORMATION.

IT IS BOTH A COMBINATION OF ARTISTIC EXPRESSION AND MEDIA RELATIONS. A GRAPHIC DESIGNER TAKES AN IDEA AND MAKES IT WORK.

GRAPHIC DESIGN IS A PRACTICAL ART WHICH HELPS IN COMMUNICATION.
VISUAL INFORMATION IS FORMED IN SUCH A WAY THAT IT PRODUCES A MESSAGE. THIS CAN BE DONE BY PLACING WORDS AND PICTURES IN WAYS THAT WILL GET THE ATTENTION OF OTHERS.
IN PRINTED MEDIA, GRAPHIC DESIGN INCLUDES TYPOGRAPHY, ORGANIZING ILLUSTRATION, BOOK DESIGN, PAGE LAYOUT, SPECIFYING PRINT, ETC.