GRAPHIC DESIGN AND CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT Our creative team like to get the brief right and like most designers we are passionate about what we do, we thrive on being creative and we love to exceed your expectations with outstanding advertising material for your business or developing a new logo and corporate identity, writing your TV or radio script or putting together an outdoor campaign. We transfer your initial idea or concept into an aesthetically pleasing and effective tool to build your brand and expand your business We will assist you with a marketing plan and advise you on your media options for both print and online, we want you to see a return on your investment and as a result we will offer you impartial advice with best solutions to achieve your outcome. Price Advertising offers a full suite of creative services ranging from traditional print, press, radio and TV to the newer social and digital media platforms. We are passionate about effective design and cementing your business within its industry with consistency of brand development. We love the challenge of converting your brief into a target driven visual outcome and have years of industry expertise. We pride ourselves on exceeding your expectations. SUCCESS STORY: PROPERTY POWERHOUSE Garth Davies approached us to develop a logo for his new property development business. He was looking for a bold logo that would stand out from his competition. We explored bold san serif text and bold bright spot orange or his corporate colour. Along with his corporate identity we assisted with the marketing material in the form of program adverts in support of his rugby sponsorships. The Property Powerhouse logo can be seen on any new Joondalup Brothers Rugby Union playing jersey and the 2016 and 2017 Perth Spirit playing jerseys. Property Powerhouse is a joint sponsor of the Western Force and the logo can be seen on the digital field side advertising boards. SUCCESS STORY: LAUNDRY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS The owners of this new start-up business approached us to develop a logo and corporate stationery. The brief contained very little direction except the business name. Initial concepts were presented and a logo was chosen, colours and concept were approved from initial design options. A corporate brochure was designed with tabbed pages as inserts for the relevant corporate information coupled with a stationery suit of business cards and letterheads. The clients were thrilled with the overall look of the brand and the seamless and timeous manner in which it was designed and produced.