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Blue Factory Media

Blackburn, Lancashire

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1 hire on Bark
Blue Factory Media logo
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Blue Factory Media

Blackburn, Lancashire

(1)
1 hire on Bark

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At Blue Factory Media, our mission is to provide our clientele the most innovative ideas for their business. We provide all businesses a one stop solution from designing to marketing. We are currently a small team growing into a large organisation.

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Mel Ahmed

11 March 2019

I’m delighted with the logo designed by Blue Factory Media for Paradise Isle Holidays. Iby produced a fantastic design which ticked all the boxes in our brief and is both eye-catching and exotic. The design was finalised within a very short timescale and I am extremely happy with the final product. I’ll gladly recommend the services of Blue Factory Media. More...

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Your website is your first digital impression and you want to make sure it’s a great one. It should reflect everything you want potential customers to know and remember about your business. To marketers and other business owners who have been around for a while, this is nothing new. Successful businesses are always trying to improve the quality of their websites to meet the needs of their users.Often times, people are visiting your website because they are seeking out something. You want to ensure that they are finding what they are looking for quickly and with ease. You may have the most amazing business model and offer extraordinary customer service, but with a poorly functioning website, you could miss out on a significant amount of business and ultimately make a bad impression.

When starting a new project, I tend to ask the client about their requirements, their dos and don'ts. I provide the client with a brief about the project that digs in deep with the clients business and the clients project. Some of the questions I asked are below:

Describe your business in a few sentences?
What are your goals for this project?
What is your target audience?
Who are your main competitors?

Each project varies so will the project brief and the questions asked.

I start my creative process by extracting as much information as possible from the client that will help me with the design process. I then begin by researching into the clients industry to get a better understanding and to note any ideas that pop up along the way. Next its the sketching phase, I sketch all the ideas that come to my head even if the sketch looks silly. I work on the one, two or three designs that stand out the most depending on the clients requirements. After the sketches, I transfer the designs onto the digital screen. Once the sketches are completed digitally and the relevant colours, fonts etc are in place. I present the designs to the clients with a full explanation behind the design. If needed, I make any relevant changes to the clients design.

I asked for as much detail as possible from the client. I love to know everything about the business from their vision for the future of the business to their ideal customer. For the design process, I ask for the relevant colours they want to use, how the client wants their logo to be styled (I ask this so I make the client feel involved in the process and to get an idea of what they want).

I love helping clients achieve their goals. I have passion in my designs because I want my clients to be the next big thing in 5, 10, 15 or even 20 years time. I want to see them grow into bigger and better businesses. I love designing and seeing clients happy with my designs.

What inspired me to start my own business is giving everyone a helping hand to achieve their goals in business. I always loved designed so it was time for me to turn this designing hobby into a business.

Clients should choose me because I have passion in my work. I don't a quick and easy service but I provide a design service where the end product will last a life time as the clients company grows.

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