Graphic Design

The process and art of combining text and graphics and communicating an effective message in the design of logos, graphics, brochures, newsletters, posters, signs, and any other type of visual communication is the formal.


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Icon Design

Icons are pictorial representations of objects, important not only for aesthetic reasons as part of the visual identity of a program, but also for utilitarian reasons as shorthand for conveying meaning that users perceive almost instantaneously.


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Logo Design

Logos and brands are very important in establishing relationships with new customers. If a customer is searching for a lawn services company.


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Stationary

It's often said that you never get a second chance to make a first impression. When it comes to professional correspondence with your clients, customers, vendors and the media, the quality and creativity of your office stationery will speak volumes about you.


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Web Design

Web Design is the art and process of creating a single Web page or entire Web sites and may involve both the aesthetics and the mechanics of a Web site's operation although primarily it focuses on the look and feel of the Web.


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Graphic Design
Icon Design
Logo Design
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Web Design

PORTFOLIO

Portfolio Management

A vital question in the product innovation battleground is, "How should corporations most effectively invest their R&D and new product resources?" That is what portfolio management is all about: resource allocation to achieve corporate new product objectives.

Today's new product projects decide tomorrow's product/market profile of the firm. An estimated 50% of a firm's sales today come from new products introduced in the market within the previous five years. Much like stock market portfolio managers, senior executives who optimize their R&D investments have a much better chance of winning in the long run. But how do winning companies manage their R&D and product innovation portfolios to achieve higher returns from their investments

There are many different approaches with no easy answers. However, it is a problem that every company is addressing to produce and maintain leading edge products. Portfolio management for new products is a dynamic decision process wherein the list of active new products and R&D projects is constantly revised. In this process, new projects are evaluated, selected, and prioritized. Existing projects may be accelerated, killed, or de-prioritized and resources are allocated (or reallocated) to the active projects.