Create Social Media & Web Graphics
Get your message out through to a larger audience. Start by converting all the great visuals you’ve generated in print campaigns, into clickable, shareable images online.
Why Bother? Captivating images get more clicks.
- 80% Visual content is 40x more shareable on social media than any other types of content.
- Infographics are liked and shared on social media 3X more than other any other type of content
- Ads in colour are Read up to 42% more often than ads in black and white
- Coloured visuals increase willingness to read a piece of content by 80%
Ensure your messages get seen by more people through social media, via display advertising and inside your website. Create engaging images with Snap Graphic Designers.
If you’ve already got great creative visuals in the form of brochures, window displays, magazine advertisements, or leaflets, Just #TalktoSnap. We will translate your next project into eye-catching displays for all your channels and devices.
We ‘ve also got some handy design advice, grab our Design Brief Template and Web Graphics checklist below.
Remember, 90% of those over 25 access the internet mostly by smartphone.
So you’ve got to make sure those posts look great whatever the device.
There is an Art and a Science to getting them right. Our Designers will optimise and resize your campaign visuals for mobile, tablet and desktop.
YOUR DESIGN BRIEF
At Snap we want to help you bring your ideas to life, efficiently and effectively.
How DO YOU communicate those perfect visions in your head into a working design in the real world? Your design brief is the answer.
We’ve created a Snap-py design brief template to help bring your ideas to life and communicate the essentials to your local Snap Designer.
Your design brief will help you focus on what you want to achieve before the project even begins.
It’s a Win-Win for everyone.
What To Include In Your Design Brief
- Provide as much detail as possible!
- Focus on the results and outcomes of the design and the business objectives of the design project.
- Help the Designer understand your business, your project objectives, history
- Give them parameters – copy, branding notes, style guide, deadlines, target audience, budget and desired formats your will be needing.
- Give them a starting point, Detail any visual cues, motifs you like, and competitor benchmarks.
A well-written design brief brings context.
Take a look – use our template.
#TalktoSnap when you are ready to bring that next project to life.
TAKE YOUR GRAPHICS ONLINE
Social Media Graphics
- In-Feed Posts,
- Cover Banners
- Advertising posts
- Logo Thumbnails & Avatar
- Hero Images
- Desktop wallpapers
- Basic Rectangle
- Large Rectangle
- Signature Banners
- Email Headers
- Newsletter Graphics
- Article Thumbnails
- Sign-up forms
- Title Headers
- PDF Slide Decks
- Powerpoint Slide Decks
- Interactive PDF
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