What We Do

Our graphic design and marketing agency provides a full-range of services—from developing a corporate identity to creating a customized website design. We’re focused on getting the results you’re looking for.

Production Art

IT'S ALL IN THE PREPARATION

Production Art

A production artist prepares requires both technical and creative skills, pre-press knowledge, a flair for organization and detail, and a solid understanding of branding and typography. We also specialize in package design production art, which requires the graphic designer to possess additional knowledge of the packaging industry as it relates to production art files. Our production artists have been honing their craft for many years, which allows us to offer our clients a wide range of services—from preparing files for a catalog to creating multiple prepress production files for a complex multi-lingual line extension project. 

Line Extensions Production 

What's a line extension? It’s when a brand adds additional items in the same product line under the same brand name. Line extension approaches include highlighting or offering different product features, variation in product sizes or quantities, or to target different market segments—such as offering the choice of a luxury or budget version of the product. Well-known global brands turn to us for their line extension design and production art needs for many reasons—our graphic design expertise, our problem solving abilities, our knowledge of preparing files for printing, and our attention to detail. Contact us to learn more.

 

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3-D Package Prototype Illustrations

When developing a new label, package design, or display design, a cost-effective way to tell how the finished product will look without incurring the expense of having a prototype fabricated is to have a professional 3-D illustration created. This is a specialized illustration skill that we have honed for many years. At Dunn and Rice Design we create realistically-rendered 3D images of your product, packaging, or in-store display for purposes such as management review and pre-print sign-off, focus groups, or to create marketing and advertising campaigns before the package has been printed.  

Multi-lingual Package Design

Today’s global distribution of products requires companies to include three or more languages on its packaging. This requires a graphic artist to have an understanding of how to design for a global market. For example: a package designer needs to take into consideration the additional space needed to accommodate multiple languages since some languages require 25-35% more area than English. Color also plays a factor since some cultures frown upon the use of certain colors that would seem fine to other areas of the globe. Our clients put their trust in us to develop packaging for the global market. 

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We pride ourselves on building genuine, lasting relationships with our clients. If we've been able to capture your attention all the way to the end of the page, then you just may be ready to contact us.

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