Graphic Design, Web Design, and Print Services in Uxbridge

Web design, graphic design, print. We can help.

Web Design

Building websites that are simple for customers and our clients to use.

Graphic Design

Graphic design encompasses logo design, branding, typography, illustration, and layouts. Let us help.

Design for Print

With a wealth of knowledge of print, we can help with creation to production.


Are you in need of Graphic Design Services in Uxbridge? At FAS media, we love helping people bring their ideas to life – whether it is a logo idea that they have been dreaming of, or a promotional flyer, poster, or website; we can help.

We always aim to exceed customer expectations, while doing so at a fantastic price.

With our experience in graphic design, print and digital, we can help however your project develops – from creation to production. Our experience with digital and lithographic print, as well as website design and development means we can help with most projects large or small.

We have worked with so many great customers over the years, both large and small – the real extremes of the spectrum. From the entrepreneur with just an idea to the large multinational company, we can help. We have worked with charities, schools, sole traders, and places of higher education in Uxbridge and across the UK.

One of our clients is Brunel University, predominantly for their Uxbridge campus. We have completed many projects for Brunel, including design and print of menus, price lists, welcome books, flyers, business cards, magazines, banners, canvas prints, and much more. We have also worked with many small businesses in the Uxbridge and the local area.

We love to help people, so why not drop us an email and see how we can help you.


Web Design Services in Uxbridge

We build websites that are engaging and beautiful. We like to learn about our client so we can tailor the website to them and their companies character. Coding and designing websites since childhood, we are constantly learning and looking out for what’s next.

Our focus is on creating websites that are responsive and beautifully designed. From one-page ‘business card’ sites to e-commerce solutions and news sites.

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Graphic Design in Uxbridge

We love graphic design! From logos and branding to layouts and flyer design – we can help! We can help with all aspects of graphic design for both digital & lithographic printing, as well as digital formats such as websites, and videos. From logo design and brand identity to promotional materials and adverts.  From simple business cards to complex brochures or booklets – we can help. We have worked with local businesses and national ones, charities, and individuals.


First and foremost FAS Media was built upon graphic design, and our core were graphic designers. Graphic designers with backgrounds in print, web design, and motion graphics, but graphic designers at our heart.


What is graphic design?

Graphic design is a broad term and encompasses a lot under that umbrella. Corporate design, such as Logo design and branding, to book layouts. We have designed murals for walls in schools and universities; we have created graphics for tee shirts from up and coming clothes labels.

Wikipedia states that graphic design "is the process of visual communication and problem-solving using one or more of typography, photography and illustration."

Graphic designers create and combine symbols, images, and text to form visual representations of ideas and messages. The message that needs conveying and the how to communicate it is part of the problem-solving aspect of graphic design.

Think of some of the best logos out there, and how they cleverly incorporate the message that they need to express using colour, fonts, and illustration. The problem-solving puzzle is one of the most exciting bits.

Graphic designers use typography, visual arts and page layout techniques to create visual compositions


Typical uses of graphic design include:
corporate design (logos and branding)
editorial design (books, magazines, and newspapers)
wayfinding or environmental design
web design
communication design
product packaging


Graphic Design and Illustration Rule!

For me, graphic design and illustration are two separate, but overlapping fields. Design, for me, is about problem-solving, about getting an end product by any means, which fits the brief or your idea as creative director.

Whereas illustration is between graphic design and art, not quite fine art, but almost. Illustration is so linked to the idea of illustrated children's books and things like that. Whereas design can be combining existing elements, illustration is about creating an image from scratch.


What is typography? The clue is in the first three letters, just add an E... Type! Text or fonts, typography is all about choosing the correct font for the piece of graphic design as a whole.

Sometimes whole pieces can be created just by using carefully laid out fonts and text.

Fonts are often overlooked, but the right font choice can make or break an entire design. Usually, the copy of articles from magazines and newspapers will make up the majority of the page, though they may not be as attention-grabbing as the imagery, their presence on the page is usually the most crucial part. So they deserve your attention.

Still, don't think typography is important? Before using Times New Roman again, ask yourself which font you would use to aim at children, versus teens, or adults. Comic book, jokes or serious? The design or fonts themselves will tell the reader a lot about the content, even if not in an obvious way.



Photography in graphic design represents the real, the photographic realism that is hard to achieve with illustration.
Illustration in comparison is much more open to interpretation, images are usually far more stylised in one of a million different ways, but stylised none-the-less. Photography is equated to accuracy. Yes, even though we all know that those fast-food burger chains' product photos look WAY better than the real thing, we at least can know approximately what we are going to get when ordering. These backlit menus aren't the place for illustrations or sketches of the burgers for sale.

In a recent article from creative bloq ( they talk about photography vs. illustrations, they make some excellent points. Which style to use is one of the problem-solving points that graphic designers have to deal with. Below are some of the points they touch on in the article.

Our customers are often small businesses or people with a dream of creating a business in a particular market. On many projects, we are brought on at the Logo design stage for the company, and then create business cards, flyers, websites, and marketing for the company. We have helped lots of people build their business from the ground up, and it is hugely rewarding.

There are scenarios in which photography will be the natural choice for designers. One of the most important is where accuracy and trust are crucial to the aims of the design or the designer's goal.

We tend to trust photos to give an accurate representation of a product, place or person (even though we all know that photoshop exists).

Photography can also help to convey an image of professionalism. Images that accurately reflect reality can help persuade consumers that a company is trustworthy, serious-minded and responsible, which would be very important for a bank or insurance company, for example.

In an increasingly faceless online business world, a lot of online companies like to have photos of their employees or at least management on their website, because it shows that there are real people behind the company, which creates a sense of trust.

Photography also makes sense when you want to convey the physical qualities of a product or service. For example, a photograph of a hotel bedroom from a luxury hotel brand will make you think “Wow, I want to stay there!” much more powerfully than a stylised sketch or illustration. Right?

There is an implied sense of WYSIWYG, even though in practice we all know that this can be pushed to the limits (fast food menus again).

As you can see, graphic design is fairly broad subject, but that also means that we can help with a lot of the problems you face during the inception and creation of your project.

Our customers are often small businesses or people with a dream of creating a business in a particular market. On many projects, we are brought on at the Logo design stage for the company, and then create business cards, flyers, websites, and marketing for the company. We have helped lots of people build their business from the ground up, and it is hugely rewarding.

SEO Services

We have helped many local and national businesses improve their search engine rankings and boost their business. For those that don’t know what SEO is, answer this; would you build a shop in the middle of nowhere, and NOT tell people it’s there? No signposts? No flyers? Posters? A website without SEO is exactly that. “But google will know it exists!” I hear you cry. Maybe, but there are millions of websites, so why should google care about yours? You need to give it a little helping hand, a little boost! That’s SEO, and that is exactly what we do.


Printing Services

With many years experience in both digital printing and lithographic, we can help with whatever project you are completing. Our goal is always to exceed the customer’s expectation, while doing so at an amazing price.

Our experienced team has many years experience in print design and print production, so can help you make the impression that you need to make, from creation to production. We can help advise you on requirements and how to get the best for your budget. Get in touch to see how we can help.

SEM (Search Engine Marketing) & PPC (Pay Per Click)

Today, search engine marketing is quite broad. Gone are the days of cheap tricks and that’s good. We can help get you noticed online, increase website traffic and convert your leads into sales. Let’s talk.


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