After a loooong time deliberating our mascot, our colours, how to simplify our website, and so much more, we have eventually completed it all, ready to reveal to you!
Graphic Design Category
No matter how good the quality of paper you print on, the amount or frequency you deliver, the very specific targeting we carry out for you... if your design is terrible, none of this will benefit you! Mr Flyer’s 3 keys to successful marketing design By following our tried and tested system you will catch the receiver’s attention and give them an instant reason to respond to your business.
It has been nearly a year now since Roger, our graphic designer, started with us. But surely its a pretty monotonous job just designing flyers day in, day out, right? Well hopefully, in Roger’s own words, you will see that he gets to design so much more than just flyers.
It is exciting times for us here at Mr Flyer, this week welcoming our latest recruit Roger Dumisani, our first in-house Graphic Designer. Thanks to natural business growth and the partnership with printing.com it was clear that this was a necessary step for us to take as a business. Roger was in fact the first ever distributor whom we employed over 7 1/2 years ago! He stayed with us for a good couple of years whilst studying at college.
Are you in the marketing department of, or the owner of a car dealership, and wish you could increase footfall with people ready to buy your cars? Read on to benefit from a proven strategy to increase footfall, test drives, and sales.
When you think about the design of your flyer you will likely think about the layout, images, colours and a potential offer; the actual copy is often overlooked. However, the copy will likely make or break your response rate for your distribution campaign. Read on to see how the right use of copywriting can dramatically increase your conversion rate.
Having seen literally thousands of different leaflet designs, and wrote the brief for hundreds, it's generally pretty easy to distinguish an effective flyer from a no hoper. This blog runs through the usual design failures first, and follows with how to design to generate an amazing response rate.