Graphic design is the heart of the design room.
To understand the importance of graphics in communication, it is necessary to remind that graphics does not depend on any other specialty of design while everything depends on graphics.
If art meets the exclusive need of the artist to convey his own messages, Graphic design is useful art, applied art that meets a client’s needs to find a better way to communicate through the artist’s graphic talent and expertise.
However, can graphic design be described without mentioning the designer him- or herself when we know that Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci used to work on orders according to specifications. Their art necessarily went through a graphic design of geniuses at the service of their clients.
- Accurate analysis
- Relevance of proposals
- Clarity of the presentation
- Aesthetic value
For the creation of the strategic axes of communication Le Design Room mobilizes experts who have all managed projects as clients at some point in their professional lives. They represent the voice of the client in the work teams. They provide a perfect understanding of the existing issues through their ability to listen as well as their observation and analysis skills.
In Le Design Room motion design is called “Sesame”. It brings the creator closer to his/her natural way of imagining things in motion just like thoughts are the inner film that drives everyone’s thinking. Motion design is the combination of sounds, graphics, colors and movement that summarizes the essence of messages by giving them a soul.
Technique alone does not replace the graphic control necessary to achieve the layout of a website that works. Le design room collaborates with web designers whose job is to create dynamic templates that we customize based on the needs according to business and visual identity of our clients. Our creations are thus beautiful and unique.
If Graphic design puts together the signs, the Event design is the art of staging a space, an event, a showroom or a stand … The public is no longer confronted in a kind of face to face with what they see, it goes into the very heart of what surrounds it. It is immersed in a living and concrete physical image that extends the emotions into the third dimension.
The combination of a visual identity associated with its musical composition allows a sensory recognition magnified by sight and hearing at the same time. The visual rhythm then echoes the tempo of the music which becomes a graphic and sound unit. It is a sort of identity choreography that goes well beyond the stage of the show because it is exported via the media regardless of the chosen targets.