Halloween came early at Shark Design this year.
We had lots of fun designing spooky point of sale for one of our retail clients. From haunted castle archways, to display units containing Skeletons with flashing eyes and ghost-like aisle fins we really got in to the spirit of October 31st (albeit in August!).
National retailer Hobbycraft has a great selection of fun products for getting kids kitted out for ‘Back to School.’
Shark Design & Marketing were chosen to design eye-catching in-store point of sale including headers, shelf strips, posters and window kits to help drive sales across this range.
We were recently asked to design an exhibition stand and corporate literature for a client exhibiting at the Marketing Week Live event at Olympia in London.
Shark Design were appointed by national retailer ‘Wilkinson’ to design an inspirational trend guide!
Effective POINT OF SALE material is fundamental to promoting sales and can often be the difference between influencing a purchasing decision or not. At Shark we design stand-out retail graphics that grab shopper attention, increase awareness and guide customers in-store.
With a little bit of thought, design flair and production wizardry even the smallest exhibition spaces can be transformed!
Brilliant – the Interiors, Living and Lighting specialist asked Shark to design and print their new marketing literature.
Mars Chocolate (UK) invited Shark Design & Marketing to demonstrate our graphic design and print manufacturing capabilities for a range of its’ point-of-sale material – an integral part of their sales promotion activity.
SolarLex – designers, suppliers and installers of solar panels recently appointed Shark to design, print and build their exhibition stand and marketing literature for the Harrogate Home Building Show.
It doesn’t matter to us if we’re asked to design literature for print or for use digitally – we just love to design.
Global paint manufacturer PPG Retail Europe appointed Shark to design and print their interior colour trends literature for Autumn/Winter 2011