Starry Eyes Media

We balance style with functionality to create printed materials that serve a purpose and effectively deliver information to target audiences. With research that focuses on determining your goals and how we’ll accomplish them with your print design project, we take a ground-up approach that culminates in a fun and creative experience. We also offer photography and printing so we can take your project from concept to in-hand.

Staying On Brand

Designing catalogs, magazines, and other things meant for print is what we love doing the most. As a branding agency, we couldn’t in good conscience design your materials without considering your branding guidelines. During our Onboarding & Discovery stage, we’ll request your logo files, as well as your brand’s color codes and fonts, so we can establish a brand style guide for your company. If you don’t have this info, we can help you create branding guidelines for future reference, as well as a new logo and website.

Prep & Finishing Services

In addition to our ability to blend images and words into attractive and organized layouts, we also provide other services and special touches to bring print projects to life. Here is a list of other aspects of print design projects with which we can help:

  • Content Copywriting & Editing
  • Content & Data Engineering
  • Photography
  • Printing & Finishing Options
  • Third-Party Printing Coordination
Publication Design

We take written and captured content and develop a layout that beautifully represents the work and vision of the writers and editing staff. Beyond that, we also make sure the finished design aligns with publisher specifications.

We are experienced with designing multiple-spread layouts and can help you with the following projects:

  • Magazines
  • Catalogs
  • Books
Promo Materials

Whether we’re designing digital or promotional materials, we always begin with the end-user in mind, your target audience. Our goal is to help you reach your goal, so we place focus on their user experience that unfolds as someone interacts with your printed materials.

We have extensive experience with designing a variety of printed collateral. Here are some examples of what we love doing:

  • Brochures
  • Banners
  • Exhibit/Tradeshow Materials
  • Flyers
  • Rack Cards
  • Postcards
  • Posters
  • Sales Kits
Collateral Design

Is your brand real if you don’t have the printed basics as proof? We love building a cohesive set of branded materials. Here are some examples:

  • Business Cards
  • Envelopes
  • Letterheads

Getting Started

Before we get ahead of ourselves, we like to begin with a complimentary assessment and consultation, because when it comes to creative services, one-size does not fit all. Even if either party decides working together isn’t a good fit, you will still get a free Brand & Website Audit that identifies your current strengths and weaknesses, accompanied by suggestions on how to improve any issues.

Print Design Examples

WV Dept. Of Arts, Culture & History

Magazine Design, Calendar Design

El Mariachi

Menu Design, Website Design

Lynnette Maynor

Book Design, Website Design

Blue Ridge Bee Company

Catalog Design, Website Design, Product Photography

City of Hinton, WV

Brochure Design, Map Design

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