So, why is print design still relevant in today's digital world?
Because, nothing compares to the traditional nature of print design.
And we firmly believe that. The weight, the smell and the texture are just some of the characteristics that cannot be replicated on a screen. Which is why we feel there’s something special about the more permanent nature of print.
However, in a world where digital design is continuing to offer infinite possibilities, it’s even more important for your print to stand out from the crowd.
At Magnetic, we pride ourselves in creating sleek, high quality and carefully considered print design. Our dedicated design team agonise over every single detail to guarantee unrivalled quality.
We understand the importance of getting all aspects of your print perfect. Which is why we are with you every step of the way. From selecting the right paper to choosing the right finishing, we ensure the print suitably meets all your design needs.
If you don’t have a printer, don’t worry! We can liaise with the printers and get everything delivered right to your doorstep, so you can sit back and relax knowing your material is in safe hands.
Whether you need glossy magazines, books, product packaging, posters, catalogues or flyers – we can create it!
Size simply isn’t an issue for us. From business cards to massive billboards, we are able to create powerful print that really packs a punch. Take a look at the outdoor billboards and exhibition stands we designed for MIPIM to see just how limitless our projects are!
What’s more, we can help you take your print material that step further by integrating the latest augmented reality technology. Meaning you can allow readers to interact with your print material and fully immerse themselves into a whole new dimension. (Find out more about AR here!)
So if you, like us, still believe in the beauty of print, allow us to help you create something beautiful that has longevity and a lasting impression.
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