Photography for Park5 Brochure

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Photography for Park5 Brochure

Exeter graphic design company Design Credo have produced a new brochure design for Park5 with photography by Andrew Butler. The commercial office facility near the M5 Junction 30, the gateway to Exeter.

Working alongside Tiger Developments, Alder King and Haarer Goss, the project has so far included photography, graphic design and website design.

Park 5 offers superb out of town office location. The modern office suites offer superb access to a range of transport options, local commerce and an increasing range of high quality local facilities.

Photography

Initially Andrew Butler photographed the building exterior, recent refurbishments and common facilities.

Supporting photography was commissioned to add focus to the excellent location of Park5, particularly to rail and air networks as well as quality local out of town facilities.

Design

Due to the needs of this kind of commission large print runs are not necessary and would be both unnecessarily costly and environmentally inconsiderate. This brochure has been designed as an A4 four page folder. However the most likely delivery mode is digital, either as an email attachment or as a download link from a website. A second version of the folder has been created for online use.

The PDF file format is great because in can be output as a press quality file with all of the printers’ technical needs catered for. However it can be down-sampled to provide a file of suitable size for web/email based transmission. In addition, these web-based PDF files offer good levels of interactivity, a particular strength is the ability to incorporate hot-links to web addresses in the document.

Park5 Commercial Property Brochure

By | 2017-07-06T15:22:55+00:00 April 30th, 2012|Architecture, Exeter, Nikon|0 Comments

About the Author:

Andrew Butler is a professional photographer and designer based in the South West of England. He has had a long career photographing for clients as diverse as Arts Council England and Motor Cycle News.

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