GET CREATIVE | GOWEBLIVE.COM
We maximize creativity by solving multifaceted problems with a clear,
unpretentious and tasteful solution.
So why does creativity matter? Well, science has proven that 90% of information transmitted to the brain is visual, visuals are processed 60,000X faster in the brain than text and 40% of people will respond better to visual information than plain text alone.
The most important reason why creativity matters is that potential customers form their first impression of your company in a split second based on the visual media that they are exposed to.
Creativity is a way to connect to your potential customers, the quicker you connect and make the right impression, the more favorable your potential customer opinion is of your company.
Also, if your visual media connects to your potential customer, they are more willing to explore what goods or services you offer and spend more time considering your organization.
We forge a design with good intel, content and creative brief. With this in hand we begin to get artsy and create the artwork for your project. With the creative design that says ‘hay look at me!’ it’s easy to read, easy to use and delivers on what has been promised and doesn't over-promise.
From big ideas, opportunities, branding goals, call-to-actions and overall objective are the keys we glue into your design project, while making content an integral part of the design not an afterthought.
We create designs to be more than attention-getting; we incorporate the needs of balance, informational content with calls to action that engages your audience with your business key selling points.
Can we distinguish you from your competitors? Absolutely! Yes we can! We create designs that are more than eye-catching. We create a design that are consistent and beckons to your target audience.
We’ll deliver a rough, first round to help you choose a direction for look and feel. From there, it’s back to the hot furnace for inspiration and refinement. Another round of creative layouts is presented for more input and comments, then on to tweaking.