Graphic Designing in Biratnagar, Nepal


Graphic Designing is an art of visual communication portraying information through the combination of text and images. Graphics Designing aims to inspire, inform and capture customers. A designer uses a variety of design elements to achieve artistic or decorative effects.  

Design can be art. Design can be aesthetics. Design is simple that's why it is so complicated.               - Paul Rand

A good designer always meets user-specific needs and focus on the logic of displaying elements in an interactive design to optimize the user experience. A graphic designer should have a deep understanding of fundamental of design including the color, images, typography.  They do, most of their work in the software like Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign. Line, color, shape, space, texture, form are some elements that graphic design should focus on while designing following the principle of design: balance, proximity, alignment, repetition, contrast, and space.

Graphic Design makes your brand communicable and message with impressive business logos, enchanting brochures, newsletters with impact, and stunning posters.

Actually, there are different types of graphic designers but at Tech, we especially focus on Interactive designers (Web Designer). Interactive designers are focused on creating interactive and user engagement web interfaces, identifying key interaction point and staying current on technology and trends that impact users. From landing page to the entire website, they make sure that they are user-friendly and impact according to the brand and products.

I strive two things in design: Simplicity and clarity. Great design is born of those two things.                - Lindon Leader

Let our graphic designer turn your ideas and thought into realistic visual vision.

We provide a beautiful, eye-catching and user-friendly design that will work for your business. Get started by requesting a quote.

“There are three responses to a piece of design – yes, no, and WOW! Wow is the one to aim for."

- Milton Glaser