Logo- Business card-Brochure
Logo: - It is a design symbolizing ones organization. A logo is a design that is used by an organization for it is advertising material, letterhead, and Logos are either purely graphic (icons/ symbols) or are composed of the name of the organization. Logotype is a graphic representation or symbol of a company name, abbreviation, trademark, etc.
Latest versions of Logo were implemented in more than a dozen spoken languages on a variety of machines, many with sound capabilities and video game style graphics. The MSX computers were popular in South America, Europe, and Japan. Commodore Logo and Atari Logo were popular in North America. These days’ logos tend to be graphical in nature, designed for easy recognition of an organization. Logo is a tool to build an identity for the organization, as part of it is brand or trademark and to feelings about the organization and generate favorable thoughts.
Business card: - It is standard 2×3 inch card that displays contact information for a employed by a company.
On the Business cards typically include a person’s name, phone number, e-mail addresses, and company name, website. It can also include bank account, telex and tax code. In the image on the paper can also shift from each page to page which is called a bounce.
The business cards are printed on some form of card stock, the visual effect, cost, method of printing and other details varying according to cultural.
Brochure:- It is one of the best ways to present our company. There are different brochure types, and much type has a different way to be designed. The most common types of single-sheet brochures are the bi-fold (a single sheet printed in both sides) and the tri-fold (the same, but folded into thirds).
A bi-fold brochure results in four panels (two panels in every side), while a tri-fold results in six panels (three panels in every side).
The tri-fold brochures used to advertise a new product or service that our company offers our company projects outside or inside it.
It printed using four color processes on thick gloss paper to give starting impression of quality. Businesses may turn out small quantities of brochures with a computer printer or with a digital printer.