Corporate Identity

Brochure Design for School Opening

Infographics for Brochure Design by AKGraphics

As we have mentioned in our previous blog post, Saint Mary’s Church of Ireland National School moved to a new building and had a complete identity redesign. To celebrate the opening they commissioned AKGraphics to create a fun brochure to promote the opening day. The opening day brochure had to appeal to the same target audience as the logo design. The resulting brochure design featured a mix of custom infographics, illustration and photography. The illustrations were designed by AKGraphics to appeal to the children attending the opening while the photography featured the children enjoying their school day. The bespoke infographics also caught the attention of the children and having them reading at a different angle added a fun, interactive element to the school brochure design.

Photo used in brochure design by AKGraphics

The brochure also features the visit of the Minister for Education and Skills, Jan O’ Sullivan T.D. to the new school building, who was pictured raising the school flag in the brochure. The response to the brochure design was overwhelmingly positive with parents, teachers and past pupils each taking copies of the booklet for extended family members to see. Not one copy of the brochure was remaining at the end of the day.

The Very Revd Tom Gordon, Dean of Leighlin, was so pleased with the design he had this to say.

“AKGraphics were terrific to work with. Their expertise and efficiency were matched only by their friendliness. The attention to detail was second to none and the end result superb. Our brochure and new logo for the Official Opening of our new school were striking in the standard of creativity and professionalism. We were absolutely delighted.”

Brochure Design by AKGraphics
Logo design used within brochure by AKGraphics

Photo of the opening of the school with Brochure Design by AKGraphics

Illustration Design by AKGraphics
Product Photography, Illustration, Infographics by AKGraphics for brochure design

Other Examples of our brochure designs include:

Innovative Brochure Design

Professional Annual Report Brochure Design

Infographics played an important role within this brochure, here are some other infographics designed by AKGraphics.

Custom Infographics

Infographics for Web

If you are interested in having a booklet or brochure designed to advertise an upcoming event or products, contact Anne in AKGraphics at: or call 059 913 3633.

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What’s the Difference Between a Logo and a Symbol?

Logo or symbol?

Apple, IBM and FedEx, logos or symbols?

We stumbled across an interesting article on Fast Company that really jumped out at us!

What’s the difference between a logo and a symbol? is a question we come across ourselves more than you’d think and we’re glad to see we’re not the only ones!

Here at AKGraphics we’d more than likely refer to them all as ‘Identities’ from Coporate, Visual or Personal but interestingly enough the article breaks it down further to Logo, Symbol and Combination marks.

If you’re interested in knowing what the difference really is it’s worth a read!

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AKG T-shirt Design

Ever thought of printing a design from front to back across the seam of a t-shirt? We did and it turned out great!

Great print results can be gotten from even the quirkiest of designs and small quantities are more affordable than you may think!

AKGraphics Self-Promotional Tshirt

AKGraphics Self-Promotional T-shirt

Our friends at McGowans have gotten a new Kornit Avalanche printer which makes printing t-shirts easier and much more cost-effective.

T-shirts are great for trade shows, promotions and events, and now with the unique set up of the Avalanche printer it’s much more flexible to create interesting and individual designs.

One t-shirt can be designed and printed just as easily as one hundred so let us know if you’ve anything coming up and would like a t-shirt designed, we’d be happy to help!

Pop over to our Pinterest and see some other t-shirts we’ve done!

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