What does graphic design have to do with me?

Written by Lauren Gajdek


What does graphic design have to do with me?

by | Jun 2, 2013 | Graphics Design

Excellent question; I’m so glad you asked 🙂

Graphic design surrounds us constantly, though many times we are unaware of it. Movie posters at your local theater, printed programs at the annual dance recital, and usually even the napkins at your 6-year-old’s birthday party exist because of graphic design. And websites – whether poorly or well-presented – all incorporate graphic design to some degree.

It’s all around you, every day. Kind of creepy, huh? Well, not really.

I would not blame you for automatically associating graphic design with advertising. It’s true that they often go hand-in-hand, but not always. Consider this question: is the printing on your cereal box still advertising after it has left the store shelf and made its way into your pantry? Maybe; maybe not. But it’s still graphic design. Your weekly local newspaper isn’t advertising per se-though it’s probably full of advertisements – but you can be sure that a graphic designer played a role in its overall appearance.

As you can see, there will always be a need for graphic design. It doesn’t matter who you are or where you work, design influences your life. And that is precisely why Gajdek Graphics was born. We want to influence your life in a positive way by providing services that blend creativity with functionality. Our pledge to you is top-notch quality and attention to detail, all at a great value.

I spy some graphic design…do you?

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