RM Design is an innovative graphic design business established in 2005 and based in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Before RM Design I started my design career when I was 17yrs old in the printing industry. Once I got a taste of graphic design I was sold from the beginning! After 10 years I realised that all I wanted to do was the 'design' side of the work. To do that I know I needed to step out and build my own business and walk away from the printing side of it. So I did just that, I was determined that I could and would help many businesses improve their brand and make an impact in their market place.
Since 2005 I have had nothing but growth in my business. I absolutely love what I do, I am extremely passionate to help people change the face of their business through logo design, corporate stationery, brochure design, website design & development, billboards, catalogues etc so that they stand out amongst their many competitors.
My 22 years of experience in design and print offers a depth of expertise, and significant resources that makes me an unmatched graphic design service. Because of my wide printing knowledge, I don't only make your designs look amazing, I also follow the process right through to print by making sure your designs look a million dollars when they are hot off the press.
Feel free to check out some Testimonials that my clients have written.
What I love to do in my spare time
The perfect weekend for me is going for a mountain bike out in the back of Canterbury on a beautiful blue day, or hitting the the slopes in winter when the sun is shining. I love healthy living and exercise so my week has to include a run or two, bike ride and walking my two dogs.
I specialise in graphic design tailored to suit your individual business needs such as:
• Logo Design and Branding
• Corporate Stationery
• Annual Reports / Annual Plans
• Corporate Documents
• Event Promotional Material
and much more…
My priority is to make sure you have designs that enable your company to stand alone the way it should… without any hassle.