5 Ways Graphic Design is a Powerful Tool
for Your Business
Graphic design is much more than attractive imagery. Graphic design is a powerful marketing tool.
When people think of design, they usually imagine pretty pictures or attention-grabbing colors. What many people don’t realize is that design is a vital and often underused tool that helps to bridge a communication gap between your customers and your business.
Graphic design not only plays a vital role in your brand identity, but it helps you to add credibility to your business.
It can enhance your brand message, express professionalism, evoke emotions, and even boost sales.
First impressions matter with design.
When people visit your website, you only have about 5-7 seconds to grab their attention.
People are visual creatures by nature, and our brains are designed to store visual memories for longer. We also react more emotionally to images more than we do with text. Design offers a huge potential to engage with your customers in a lasting way.
Graphic design plays a huge part in your brand identity. With the right logo, colors, and visuals in place, you can create a strong brand that’s unforgettable to your audience. A good graphic designer will create visual branding that not only communicates who you are but will resonate with your target audience.
Implementing well-designed and targeted graphics across your sales & marketing materials will increase your chances of capturing attention while creating a memorable brand experience. In the context of a website, when you engage your visitors they’ll spend more time on it, which will lead to more inquiries or purchases, AKA higher conversion rates.
Great graphic design can set you apart from your competitors and create continuity so that your customers will keep coming back to you.
Graphic design doesn’t just look good, it solves problems.
In this e-book from our partners at Costello Creative Group, they look at five ways graphic design can be a powerful tool for your business by providing solutions. They focus mainly on websites and branding, but these steps can be applied to most forms of sales & marketing communications both digital and in print.