Representing an idea or other piece of information in a visual format has long been known to be an effective form of communication. Everybody knows that a picture is worth a thousand words and that imagery is more stimulating than simple unformatted text. This is why graphic design is an important element in any communications strategy.

Whilst there are a number of specific disciplines involved, the design field covers pretty much anything that affects the look of an item. This includes such things as:

  • Logos
  • Sub Logos
  • Icons
  • Font Family
  • Font Size
  • Line Spacing
  • Colour Schemes
  • Paragraph Spacing
  • Separators
  • Decorations
  • Image Layout
  • Photo Resolutions

Services Available

Polished Affairs can assist you with the graphic design components of a wide variety of projects, from simple amendments to an existing piece of artwork or document through to a full re-branding of a business. Even for those people with the skills to do their own design, layout and creation, the time involved is often not worth taking your focus off other aspects of your business to achieve the desired end result. Your vision can be realised more effectively by working with Polished Affairs to identify and hone in on concept examples that align with your needs at a budget you can afford.

  • Logo design
  • Brand styling
  • Branding board
  • Advertisement design
  • Banner design
  • Signage
  • Photo editing
  • Artwork revisions
  • Business cards
  • Letterheads
  • Document styling
  • Brochures
  • Flyers
  • Booklets
  • Online publications
  • Image conversion


Digital design work is a collaboration between the client and the designer. It’s not a one-size-fits-all, off-the-shelf type of service but a tailor-made design created with the client’s ideas and tastes in mind. The workflow reflects this philosophy, with input and feedback sought from the client throughout the process.

Recent examples of publication projects by Polished Affairs

French Festival Program
Oysterfest Program
Visitor Information Guide
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