Sometimes, having a picture helps.
Telling a wordsmith that “one picture is worth a thousand words” is not the best way to start a conversation. Some words are much more important than pictures. The three words “We the People…” have a significance unmatched in modern history. Yet pictures are useful. They help convey the context, the ideas, and show the end result.
People absorb information in many different ways. Each of us has our preferences. Some are individual, some are cultural, and some are constrained by the information itself. It is possible to describe color in terms of wavelengths, in terms of RGB or CMYK numerics, PMS (Pantone Matching System) or in hexadecimal code. For most folks, though, it’s easier to understand “forest green” by looking at a tree or to visualize “sky blue” by actually looking at the sky.
The work shown here is the result of a process. It is valuable; however, it’s not the work itself which is the most valuable. More value is found in the process. The result is what’s wanted; the process is how to get it. The saying “…teach a man to fish…” is apt. We know how to find the best fishing spots, how to catch the fish, clean it, and dress it for dinner.
In browsing our samples, we hope that you will see something you like and decide you want something similar. Great! Give us a call. We will guide you through the process…. Dinner is on us!