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New Mexico Creative Delights Customers With Graphic Design, Music, and More

By Pamela Sosnowski

With so much of the world going mobile and people mostly looking at screens, you may not think that there's much of a demand these days for compelling printed promotional material. But New Mexico Creative is proving that theory wrong. In fact, the Albuquerque-based graphic design firm has designed a multitude of printed advertisements and paper pieces, most notably for the PGA tour.

Owner Eric Guenette has over 15 years of print design experience and three years of prepress expertise, and has done jobs for prestigious golfers including Jack Nicklaus and Greg Norman. Other notable clients include Steve Wynn, Michael Douglas, and SunFest. One doesn't have to be famous, however, to take advantage of the firm's services.

"What separates New Mexico Creative from many other local agencies is that you get top-notch professional design without the overhead of a big agency," explains Guenette. "No job is too big or too small. Every client gets fast and friendly service at a great price."

With his print clients, Guenette discusses concepts with the customer first and then delivers mock-ups. Clients provide their feedback and the team will continue to revise the project until the customer is satisfied. The range of clients that New Mexico Creative has designed for run the gamut from food and retail businesses to hospitality chains.

The designers can also tackle anything web-related from creating banners and Facebook headers to building an eCommerce section of a website or an entire online presence. "Well designed is the key," states the firm's website. "There are lots of people that make websites, but good website design is not as easy to find, especially at our very reasonable rates."

Besides designing magazine layouts, print ads, brochures, logos, tickets, fliers, posters, billboards, and more, Guenette and his staff also specialize in web design and indie music -- specifically, an artist called Sleeping Dogs Lie. 100% of the sales from the CDs and downloadable tracks through the New Mexico Creative website go to charities such as Angel Flight South Central, the Russell Carpenter Benefit, and LifeQuest Transitions. To date, over $500 has been raised via music sales and donated to charities.

New Mexico Creative also sells original artwork through its site; there are currently over fifty colorful, contemporary pieces for sale online by local artists. These works are also shown at the Sandia Heights Artists Studio Tour in Northeastern Albuquerque.

The firm's staff prides itself on its exceptional customer service and is available to take on new design projects and answer any questions you may have. As Guenette states, "Let's get your project started!"

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