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More than 25 Years of Graphic Design Experience

By | Advertising, Asbury Park, Design, Eatontown, Graphic artist, Graphic Design, Long Branch, Marketing, New York City, NJ, Oakhurst, Ocean Twp., Red Bank, Small Business Marketing, Visual Communications, Web Design, West Long Branch | No Comments

With 25 years of professional experience in corporate, “big brand” graphic communications, Robert Hazelrigg AKA: The Graphics Guy in West Long Branch has worked for some of the world’s largest companies and most respected brands. Robert’s extensive client list illustrates his ability to deliver proven results creatively and generate great ROI for companies of all sizes. The Graphics Guy provides innovative marketing solutions for small businesses, major retailers, and global corporations. No matter what your business needs, Robert provides world-class, cutting edge, targeted marketing services. Now more then ever your business needs an edge over the competition. Robert designs fresh, innovative marketing solutions that will elevate your brand to the next level of professionalism. Robert understands that you only have a few seconds to catch your prospective customer’s attention, and it’s imperative to highlight your company’s unique value and/or product/service…

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Why You Need to Hire a Designer

By | Asbury Park, Design, Eatontown, Graphic artist, Graphic Design, Long Branch, Marketing, NJ, Oakhurst | No Comments

So you’ve decided to hire a web pro. Congratulations! But before signing a contract and turning them loose on your web page design, you need to take the time to do some investigating. After all, this person is your potential partner in creating an online presence that the world will see. In addition to the obvious issue of vetting their technical abilities, you should size up their ethics, responsiveness, professionalism, and communication skills to determine if this candidate is the kind of person you want on your team. OK, makes sense, yet you’re not Sherlock Holmes, or even Dr. Watson, so how do you accomplish such an appraisal? It’s elementary! According to Harvard Business School Professor Amy Cuddy in her book Presence, upon a first-time encounter, people ask themselves two basic questions to assess the stranger: Can I trust this person?…

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Leading the Graphic Design Community for 20 Years

By | Advertising, Asbury Park, Branding, Eatontown, Graphic artist, Graphic Design, Logo Design, Long Branch, Marketing, New York City, NJ, Oakhurst, Ocean Twp., Oceanport, Red Bank, Small Business Marketing, Visual Communications, Web Design, Website, West Long Branch | No Comments

In the last 20 years Robert Hazelrigg has worked for some of the world’s largest companies and most respected brands. Robert’s extensive client list illustrates his ability to deliver proven results creatively and generate great ROI for companies of all sizes. The Graphics Guy provides innovative marketing solutions for small businesses, major retailers, and global corporations. No matter what your business needs, Robert provides world-class, cutting edge, targeted marketing services. Now more then ever your business needs an edge over the competition. Robert designs fresh, innovative marketing solutions that will elevate your brand to the next level of professionalism. Robert understands that you only have a few seconds to catch your prospective customer’s attention, and it’s imperative to highlight your company’s unique value and/or product/service quickly and effectively. Differentiate the value your business has to offer with Robert’s custom designs and…

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Does Your Organic Marketing Belong On Social Media?

By | Advertising, Asbury Park, Eatontown, Facebook, Graphic artist, Graphic Design, Instagram, Linkedin, Long Branch, Marketing, NJ, Oakhurst, Ocean Twp., Oceanport, Pinterest, Red Bank, SEO, Small Business Marketing, Social Media, Twitter, West Long Branch | No Comments

It seems these days that a new app or website is premiered every hour, lauded as the perfect new marketing tool that will revolutionize the marketing industry itself. Until tomorrow, at least. Marketers often spend more time and effort selling than they do innovating new products or services. It’s a cash flow life support system instead of a true growth tool. Their first and often biggest question is how. How does a company reach its customers without them knowing they have been reached? The first instinct appears to be the declared holy grail of the 2000s – social media. But is that instinct realistic considering the glut of options in an ever growing/crowded search environment? No, not if you want to be a standout in the vast world of search. A social media site such as Facebook was developed to…

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A Unique Heirloom Honor: Robert Hazelrigg and Ocean Township’s Seal

By | Asbury Park, Design, Eatontown, Graphic artist, Graphic Design, Illustration, Logo Design, Long Branch, Marketing, NJ, Oakhurst, Ocean Twp., Red Bank, Small Business Marketing, Visual Communications, West Long Branch | No Comments

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 17, 2015 Ocean Township, New Jersey A Unique Heirloom Honor: Robert Hazelrigg And Ocean Township’s Seal Header: In 1974, a local architect by the name of Robert Hazelrigg won a design contest that made his drawing the official seal of Ocean Township. Over 40 years later, his son was personally chosen by the mayor to redesign it… Body: Most families have heirlooms that they pass down from generation to generation, and these heirlooms usually take the form of a favorite piece of furniture. One local family has an heirloom honor that is really hard to beat. Since 1974, the Hazelrigg family has the honor of being the people who designed both Ocean Township’s old and new seals. It all started in 1974, when Robert Hazelrigg Sr. was the proud winner of a design contest held by…

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10 Things Your Logo Might Be Saying and You Don’t Even Know It

By | Advertising, Asbury Park, Eatontown, Graphic artist, Graphic Design, Linkedin, Logo Design, Long Branch, Marketing, NJ, Oakhurst, Oceanport, Red Bank, Small Business Marketing, Visual Communications, West Long Branch | No Comments

Customers form an opinion about your business in 90 seconds and one of their first impressions comes from your logo. Your logo is one of the first impressions your customers will have of your business, so it’s important that it communicates the right message. Good and bad, here are 10 things your logo might be telling potential customers without your knowing it.  We Are Professional A well-designed logo tells potential customers that you value all aspects of your business, including your image. This means your logo looks good across platforms, and its design is simple and distinctive. We Can Be Trusted According to color psychology, blue tells customers that your business is stable and trust-worthy, making it a good choice for finance or healthcare company logos. However, the color blue is known to curb your appetite – not a good…

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