What do you think of DMG Communications new business cards? We are interested in what you think of how their new brand has now been translated into a communicative piece of collateral in the form of a business card.
DMG Communications is very focused on being unique in the market in the way they communicate with their clients and prospects. They want to create a fresh approach that is all about the positive experience of the customer and their ability to add value to any organisation.
Donna loved the new design. Do you?
Marketing Eye Brisbane is account managing DMG Communications ensuring that they receive the very best marketing and branding advice in Queensland. The new brand identity design was developed by Marketing Eye’s Sydney office by creative director Mark Azzapardi.
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