░ Foundation Design Services


Graphic Design Solutions
Foundation Design has a wide range of graphic design solutions to help you promote, engage and inform the world about your products and services. From a logo design and business card through to fleet branding and signage.

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Be it a website, a t-shirt or your logo on a tractor, Foundation Design has the experience to choose, recommend and execute the best solution to convey your message to your audience. Be it print, web, digital or 3D, Foundation Design believes in great ideas supported by well-executed design.

 



░ Foundation Design Strategies


Clever Thinking & Strategies
Grandfather was fond of saying “think twice, speak once”. It was good advice then and it’s good advice now. The time and expense invested in understanding a problem will always be reclaimed many times over after the realisation of the solution. Be it mind mapping a new name, working up a fully realised action plan or just a cosy fire side chat with a glass of single malt scotch, Foundation Design can help you to get all your ducks in a row and your business ideas on track.


Another great line grandfather would say was.. “you have two ears and one mouth, use them in that ratio”. Foundation Designs likes to listen. Let us be your sounding board and we are committed to hearing and understanding the goals that you have for your business. We are also committed to suggesting and producing solutions that are both appropriate for your business and within your budget.


░ Foundation Design Systems


Systems To Save Time & Money
There is not a person in business today that doesn’t get frustrated by the little things that seem to suck the time out of the day and keep you from doing the things that you want to be doing (or should be doing). System management is the art of finding patterns and recurrences of events that can be streamlined to be more time and cost efficient.

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Foundation Design systems revolve around understanding the nature of a problem and then creating a solution that fits within the structure and culture of the business. This may mean the introduction of a new procedure, hardware or software… or it could be as simple as moving a few existing components into a new configuration (a simple example… “put the printer closest to the person who uses it the most”).