Document Composition & Design
Lasercom focuses on offering clients an all round design and printing solutions. As a part of this offering, a team of experienced programmers work on the composition of clients’ communication, in virtually all file formats. Lasercom offers various other services, such as those of a Graphic Designer, to ensure that the final product is as beneficial to the client and their needs as possible.
When a company sends material to clients, it will represent the brand. LaserCom’s design solutions ensures that your brand in well represented. Incorporating a company’s corporate identity, LaserCom assists in compiling information and designing the overall look of the document. We provide design solutions that best portray our client’s brand and business. In order to achieve this the Lasercom team brainstorms and work closely with the client.
Brainstorming ideas is a significant step in designing and composing documents. We offer a brainstorming service to assist clients in the planning phases of various types of documents:
- Brochure printing
- Corporate calendars
- Info booklets
- Training manuals
This is often one of the most important stages in any design project. Working closely and communicating with our clients, Lasercom brainstorms around design and composition ideas until the client is 100% happy with the outcome. The design is then presented to the client in the form of images and text. This step is especially important in situations such as: branding, marketing, internal communication products or company identity etc.
This phase in the design and composition process involves the actual compiling of images and copy, making the work visually appealing and attractive to readers.
This is the final step of the graphic design stage. The process includes combining a personal computer and page layout software that offers the client a timely printing solution i.e. a publication document that is print ready. E.g.: finalising the design with the client, getting sign off, making document print ready and then supplying the PDF.