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  • Graphic Design
  • UX/UI Design (Apps)
  • Motion Graphics
  • Infographics
  • Illustration
  • Web Design & Development

We listen, we understand, we deliver on time. Every business owner has a vision they want to execute and we pride ourselves in ensuring your vision is met. The PA team are extremely experienced and highly creative with years of high-level experience in a diverse range of design elements.

Design is your brand. It’s a reflection of your vision, mission and company.


Good Graphic Design

The elements of good graphic design are the components or parts of a work of art or design. More simply put, they are the ingredients of art. Take one part colour, a pinch of texture, and a whole lot of share and the result will be some well designed graphic design.

Brand Identity

Much like your personal identity makes you uniquely you, your brand identity is the special sauce of your business that sets you apart from everyone else in the marketplace. And your brand identity design? It’s what shapes your company.

Brand identity is the face of a brand and includes logos, typography, colours, packaging, and messaging, and it complements and reinforces the existing reputation of the brand. Brand identity attracts new customers to a brand while making existing customers feel at home. It’s both outward – as well as inward-facing.

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The user interface (UQ is a critical part of any software product. When it’s done well, users don’t even notice it. When it’s done poorly, users can’t get past it to efficiently use a product.

UX is about considering the needs of the people who will be using the product (website, apps, etc.) you are designing and then going a step further and placing your users at the center of the design process.

At PA we help brands create engaging customer journeys & digital experiences for their customers.


Why it’s so important?

As you look into redesigning your website, you may wonder about the importance of website design. How does it impact your audience and your business? Let’s look at three reasons web design is important.

  1. It sets the first impression
    When your audience visits your website, it gives them their first impression of your business. It impacts how your audience perceives your brand. The impression you make on them can either get them to remain on your page and learn more about your business or leave your page and turn to a competitor.
  2. It sets the impression for Customer Service
    People can judge how you will treat them by looking at your website. Your design gives them insight as to how you view your audience. If you don’t put any effort into your website’s design, your audience knows that you won’t put effort into helping them.
  3. It builds trust with your audience
    People don’t trust poorly designed websites. If they see your poor design or the information looks outdated, they won’t trust your site. They may view your site as seedy or shady because you don’t have an updated web design.


A well-created illustration will capture your audience’s attention in the most efficient way. They will see, and feel the message you’re trying to tell them. This and many more are what a good illustration can do for you and your business and your brand development.

Illustrations are typically playful graphics that can help your business appear friendly and communicate a message more organically.

Illustrations can persuade, inform, and influence your customers and prospects. They can enhance your brand messaging and can help your business to express emotion.


Since infographics exploded onto the graphic
design scene about ten years ago, they’ve become
a staple for communication in classrooms, in the workplace, and across the web.

What actually is an infographic?

According to the Oxford English Dictionary, an infographic (or information graphic) is “a visual representation of information or data”.

An infographic is a collection of imagery, charts, and minimal text that gives an easy-to-understand overview of a topic.

Essentially, Infographics use striking, engaging visuals to communicate information quickly and clearly.


Motion graphics take a graphic design that would be otherwise static and gives it animation and movement, usually following a specific narrative.

Want the bars in your graph to rise up for some extra visual flair? That’s motion graphics.

Want the logo on your website to spin around? That’s motion graphics.

Motion graphics can illustrate complex ideas visually. Think of motion graphics as a visual aid.

The visual style of motion graphics appeals to a wide range of viewers. Cartoons may come across as too childish for formal business. But motion graphics can use that cure and fun style and apply it to more mature topics. No matter what industry you’re in, the motion graphics look can make your message more engaging and entertaining.