Is your sales force armed with informative and attractive materials and leave behinds that make a statement about who your company is and what they can offer? Proton Power, Inc. needed high end graphics to accompany the technical information explaining how their company uses biomass to make inexpensive hydrogen. T2 Design armed their staff with clean, modern sales sheets to deliver the information necessary to their industry market; as well as, a professional website that potential customers can use for additional information.
Need a website, brochure, or a sales marketing kit for your business? Contact T2 Design today, and let’s discuss your graphic and advertising needs.
T2 Design created an earthy, rustic, full-color magazine ad to promote forest certification. This informational advertisement was featured in a Kentucky trade publication and served to inform landowners of the benefits of certification.
So, what “wood” you like to advertise? Contact us today to discuss your business advertising needs. From newspaper ads to billboard design, T2 can help!
Take your logo on the road! Car wraps are an awesome way to generate interest in your business and advertise to a huge variety of clientele.
T2 Design can create an eye-catching wrap for your company car, truck or van to keep your logo rolling past consumers daily. Contact us to discuss options to best fit your business!
T2 Design had the opportunity to design a micro-site to collect donation pledges to benefit Project SEARCH Collaborates for Autism. The site used forms to capture the donor’s pertinent information and prompted the individual to share his or her participation in the pledge drive on Facebook and Twitter. A progress meter dynamically tracked the donations.
T2 Design can help raise awareness for your project as well with sharp infographics and social media. Contact us today!
At T2 Design, we love logo contests and we could use your help! A recent grant given to Anderson County will create a coal mining museum to be located in the Lake City area and the new attraction has already invited designers to submit their creative ideas for a museum logo.
T2 Design has thrown their hat into the ring with the following four design concepts. Which option do you like best? Leave your vote as a comment below and show us your support! And feel free to share this post on Facebook or Twitter so that we can get more votes and help pick a winner!