If you’re a graphic designer, you’re a creative with a very big task — making a brand instantly recognizable. You will need to make a piece of art that stands out and catches the consumer’s eye. A big task, but someone’s got to sum the entire product into one distinct graphic.
Most graphic artists, though, put their art on products, you say; why would they need to put their work in frames? And how would our white labeling service help in that endeavor? Let’s break it down. Hopefully, after reading this, you’ll have a better idea as to how we can help you out, and how to put your best foot forward in your office — whether that’s at home or elsewhere.
Put Your Best Foot Forward
When you’re a graphic designer, you likely want to put all the work you’ve done with past brands on your walls. This is an easy way to create a portfolio that jumps out to anyone that comes into your office — making it all the easier to score new clients and grow your business. Of course, having quality, affordable frames that display your work will take your overall display to a different level.
Your work should be the focal point, but a low quality frame would certainly detract from the overall display. Luckily, our frames look great and will only elevate the level of your designs.
Your Brand, Everywhere
When you’re a graphic designer, you’re a brand-shaper — someone that molds a product into a marketable commodity. You’re responsible for that great first impression. Because let’s face it, when it comes to products, most people judge a book by its cover — so to speak.
That said, you as a graphic designer have a brand, too, and it’s how you market your ability at brand-making so effectively. So with your design in the frame, why not take your display to new heights and add your branding to the frame as well.
With our white labeling service, you’ll be able to put your company name information on the back of the frame. It could also be a great way to make a little business card on the back of each of the logo designs you put in our frame.
Want to send a company the logo you made for them, all framed up, as a gift? White label the order and put your information on the back. It adds a bit more of that “from you” feel to it — while also making your business seem a bit larger than it may be!
The more you can display about the brands you helped, the more you expand your brand. Create that portfolio all across the walls of your office — impressing anyone that walks through your place of business.
If you have any questions on how we can help you, just reach out to our business contact e-mail. We can’t wait to hear from you!