Print media still plays a vital role for many of today’s companies, non-profits, and institutions. The emergence and power of the Internet has created a new paradigm where web-to-print is most often the best plan. The creation of new print media from web design can be an effective additional way to extend a company brand or message and is a necessary priority for many clients. Headstand Media has years of experience in print design ranging from brochures and annual reports to posters and product packaging and routinely extends our web designs into print mediums.
Not only did Headstand Media work with Spot to create a new website, but we also worked hand-in -hand with the Spot team to create a new 12-page company brochure. The primary use for this brochure was as a recruitement tool for Spot to use while going to the many campuses they visit each year. This print piece also incorporated a back pocket that allowed Spot to customize each brochure with the specific inserts that worked best for each campus or college event.
Sunshine Gospel Ministries
Sunshine required a new website design which Headstand completed in 2008. Out of that web project arose the need for a new printed brochure that the ministry could use to communicate more about itself to donors and prospects, students and other potential supporters - something people could hold in their hand that would connect them to the heart and energy of Sunshine's work.
Along with printed promotional materials designed to support the launch of this new company, Headstand Media created the package design needed to roll-out their new product; 30lb. bags of organic fertilizer.
Ryerson Corporation required a new print sales brochure to accompany their new Guld Coast region website. Headstand Media worked with the Ryerson corporate office to coordinate the design and printing of the brochure to assist field sales staff in the southeastern region of the United States.