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Graphic design

At Koast Graphics, we love graphic design and producing creative solutions. We like to design clear and concise graphics that intelligently communicate complex messages through an efficient style.

Our graphic design style is often described as BOLD. Some say it is simple and pure design, others comment that our designs are authentic and honest.

Design with personality

Essentially, we listen to our customer's needs, and think about the core message that they are trying to convey. From this, we develop graphic solutions which often incorporate a business's personality.

Small businesses, including start-ups, often ask us to develop new logo ideas and compelling marketing material. Large organisations usually require us to align our designs to their own company branding and style guides. With years of design experience behind us, we are more than capable of accommodating the needs of both large and small business.

Creative design portfolio

Koast Graphics design a wide variety of visual communication solutions. Here are just some of the creative things we design: logos, icons, posters, banners, social media banners/headers, brochures, leaflets, magazines, instruction manuals, email signature blocks, business cards, car graphics, signage, flags, banners... and the list goes on.

Artwork is prepared for both digital optimised (screen based) and professional print-ready files. Digital files are commonly produced in the following formats: Graphics Interchange Format (GIF), Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG, JPG), Portable Network Graphics (PNG) and Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG). While print-ready artwork is usually prepared in the following industry standard formats: Tagged-Image File Format (TIFF, TIF), Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) and Portable Document Format (PDF).

Adobe Creative Cloud is our go-to set of applications for creating our designs. These applications include; Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign and Adobe Acrobat DC (PDF maker). Our graphic designers started using some of these applications back in 1991.