Why is your name Studio 1799?
Our hometown of Hudson, Ohio was formed in the year 1799, we wanted to incorporate a bit of the rich Hudson heritage into our graphic design company that proudly serves this historic location and surrounding areas.
Why Hudson, Ohio?
We’ve lived here for over a decade. We’re raising our family here, We love this town and all its charms. It makes it easy to connect with people and support local businesses. When we have a meeting, we like to pick a local restaurant to help infuse money back into our city so everyone can flourish. We utilize local vendors for our needs. We shop small to support our local businesses.
What separates you from other design companies?
We call ourselves “the anti agency design firm” because if you’ve ever dealt with a firm, it can be stressful. Getting nickel & dimed for something as simple as rotating an image or sitting in a meeting when a firm wants to dazzle you with words are things we just don’t believe strengthen a business or brand. We wanted to make a company that simplifies the process and delivers you the best design for the best price. No frills, no fluff. Just simple person-to-person solutions that help your brand succeed.
What is the number 1 item I should spend my marketing dollars on?
First and foremost you need a logo. Something that is clean and easily read and understood that stays on the minds of potential clients. Your logo not only reveals your identity, it invites customers to get to know you. It distinguishes you from the competition and facilitates brand loyalty. It is the building block for everything you do as a company. Then, you can build from there.
Is graphic design worth the money?
100% Yes. If you want to save money, buy generic paper towels or keep the thermostat down or use regular unleaded gas instead of premium. Customers want consistency; they want assurance that your brand is the best. It is vital that your brand looks professional across all platforms. A good design can make or break a company. A good ad campaign can generate enough revenue to save a business that might otherwise sink.