Houston print graphic design services
Though an identity package is at the root of a branding campaign, there are a number of items that can be used to extend your brand further, thus establishing an emotional or psychological impression of the company within the minds of its customers. Examples of such printable items include:
Flyers, Postcard Mailers, Promotional Items, Pocket Folders, Brochures & Signage
Marketing materials from this category allow your company to reach out to past clients, find new prospects and remind existing clients that your company is here to serve their needs and they can be used to extend a new message or re-establish the brand messaging and stay current in their memory.
Workforce Apparel & Logo'd Merchandise
Nelson & Co. has partnered with a major promotional items company to provide its clients with affordable, durable and stylish workforce apparel that lets your client-facing workforce make a great impression. This includes uniform items such as hats, shirts, aprons, pens, nametags, bags, iPad cases and even hardhats and harnesses and other such safety equipment. This service line extends to a countless number of logo'd merchandise opportunities including sales leave behinds and trade show giveaway items such as logo'd pens, koozies, coasters, pocket knives, lighters, stress balls, golf balls and almost anything you can think of and at all price points.
Whether it is a logo on the car door or a complete vehicle wrap, Nelson & Co. works with its client’s to design and produce stunning graphics that will turn your company vehicles into a mobile marketing and branding platform.
Trade Show Display Design
Nelson & Co. is experienced with high resolution tradeshow display designs for booth requirements of all shapes and sizes. Our base package is for an 10’ x 8’ pop-up trade show display which includes four panels, two end-caps and a standoff for the storage case which can be converted to a small table or podium*. For larger trade show display requirements, we will work with your events team to better understand the intention, usage, goals, and dimensions of the display equipment, then design and produce the artwork to suit those needs or variations of needs.