Chris San-Claire Design
Graphic Designer London
Graphic Designer based in London specializing in branding, logo design. I’m passionate about design and enjoy working closely with many businesses in London and overseas as the first point of contact for their brand identity design needs. Often includes creating and developing their branding, logo design, packaging & websites – crafted to appeal to their ideal clientele.
“The ability to simplify means to eliminate the unnecessary so that the necessary may speak.”
— Hans Hofmann
Use graphic design to stand out from your competition with a unique and memorable logo that will be the face of your brand identity
Brand identity: The visible elements of a brand (such as colours, design, logotype, name, and symbol) that together identify and distinguish the brand in the consumers’ minds. You may need all or just some we can help with.
I’ll ensure that your brand stands out from the crowd with premium visual design solutions
I’m a curious observer. I like to learn everything there is to know about a project and develop an effective communication strategy. The knowledge focuses on my creative thinking, translating into meaningful design as a logo designer in London.
The key to positioning in your industry is exceeding expectations and forming a confident brand identity strategy. Research and discovery and everything is ‘designed’. I help by dodging the fear of being different within your field or the fear of transformation and to embrace what makes you stronger and more unique in your area.
Making People Care
Graphic design creativity is the common ground that we all get inspired by and is subjective. Like all forms of creativity, the design should provoke a reaction and leave a lasting impression on the audience. I focus on crafting intelligent and meaningful visual design explanations to bring businesses and consumers closer together
Designing for Success
The path to a great graphic design concept is not easy; nothing good is easy. Working out how to overcome obstacles, rather than how avoiding and tackling a problem from fresh perspectives lead to more attractive graphic design solutions.
1. Strategy Phase
The strategy is where I get to know who you are as a brand and its personality. Your audience demographic your competitor’s attributes and weakness gaps in the market. We define your key messages, Primary, Secondary and Submesseging to your strategy and build the brand’s story and personality.
2. Design Phase
With the positioning and strategy defined, We can move on to exploring a range of contrasting creative concepts. The focus is to achieve relevant, meaningful and innovative ways to articulate what you want to say
3. Development Phase
Once the preferred concept is chosen, I then begin to develop the finer details of the design. Adding any design elements, typography and style guide before it is applied it across all deliverables.
All areas of design production are managed to ensure the best outcome. The project launched into the real world and I stay in regular contact to gauge its success post-launch.
Check out the latest graphic designer blog posts. We have a great article called logo Collection 2018, a great collection of logos and variety. In addition, there are 9 Logo Design Tips That Will be Your Life Simple, a quick reminder of the basic principles when designing a logo.
Going back, we wrote a piece called Why Is Brand Identity Your Business Personality? But, again, an essential foundation surrounds an individual or business personality, the image portrayed and seen by others.
The world is constantly changing and keeping one relevancy in an ever-growing ladder that never finishes. Therefore, one has to reaffirm their brand and identity through campaigns, products, services and ethos.
Our portfolio has a full range of logos and brand designs that assert how every individual project has its style.
Have a look at D&AD for some outstanding awards received by up-and-coming designers.
Global Association for Creative Advertising & Design Awards | D&AD (dandad.org)
What does a Graphic Designer do?
Graphic designers are responsible for the visual style and images in magazines, newspapers, product packaging, and websites. They create the overall look of a project and decide how images and text will work together to communicate a message. They work with clients, art directors, and other designers to create a style that meets clients’ needs.
How to become a Graphic Designer?
Graphic designers usually need a bachelor’s degree in graphic design or a related field. However, you can follow the profession as a graphic designer responsible for creating visual concepts, using computer software or by hand, to communicate ideas that inspire, inform, and captivate consumers. In addition, they develop the overall layout and production design for various applications such as advertisements, brochures, magazines, and corporate reports.
What is a Graphic Designer?
Graphic designers use typography, colour, illustrations, photography, and various printing and layout techniques to create visual compositions. Common uses of graphic design include identity (logos and branding), publications (magazines, newspapers, and books), advertisements and product packaging. Session as a graphic designer with other means of training. They must also be proficient in computer software programs for graphic design, such as Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign.