Graphic & Print Design
Look good — from your stationery to your shoes.
If all they know about your business is what's on your card, make sure they know you're the best.
Print isn't dead yet, and you still need it. Print design is another of the services Lena specializes in, ensuring your stationary matches your business' look and style across every medium.
Your marketing pieces need to deliver confidence and consistency, as well as information, and you will get all that here, and more.
Gain the benefits of being a professionally branded company, without all the painful scarring.
Whether your project is a web flyer or a printed annual report, Lena’s extensive experience will be your most reliable asset to a quality and timely product. If you need assistance with any facet of a job, from initial concept through printing and delivery, Lena can help.
- Logo Design
- Marketing Collateral
- Business Cards
- Kit folders
- Promotional pieces
Lena Shore has been providing print and design services to the local and internet community for 30 years. She works with clients nationwide. She is extremely knowledgeable in all aspects of the industry, with extensive experience and a strong set of skills, talents, and contacts. She has worked both within the corporate structure as well as in her own business, and understands the unique needs of both worlds. Lena’s education, experience, project acumen, and extreme reliability make her the perfect choice, whatever your creative and production needs. She will return your calls, your email, and will provide a personal, “human touch” to your work.
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