What ByteCode Graphic Design Service offer

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ByteCode offers UI, Ux & graphic design services for its customers.We welcomed everyone to grab our less cost-effective following graphic design services:

  • Web & Email Template Design (PSD)
  • Custom Illustration & Invitation and Card Design
  • Postcard Design
  • Packaging Design
  • Business Card Design
  • Corporate Brochure Design
  • Stationary Design
  • Logo Design
  • Trade Show Design
  • Newsletter Design
  • T-Shirt Design
  • Sales Presentation Folder Design
  • Vehicle Decal Design
  • Poster, Banner & Sign Design
  • DVD/CD-ROM/VHS Cover Design.



A wide range of creative UI, UX & Graphic Design Services at an insanely affordable price.

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We offer lucid & high-resolution print designs focusing on your company’s brand image in our mind. Whether you are interested in creative logo design, marketing leaflet, newsletters design,  mail pieces, trade banner or point-of-purchase designs, our experienced and skilled graphic design group help you to create your vision. Moreover, a new vision can be created when joining with us.

We provide flawless & unique print designs. Our design will represent your brand image. If you have the interest in newsletters creation, logo design, direct mail pieces, marketing brochures, trade show displays or point-of-purchase designs; then you can take our graphic design service. Our experienced graphic designers will fulfill your demand. Our vision is to meet your goal. Let us involved & see how it works.

Since 2012 we are continuing our graphics service & perform it. Our designers are enabled to deliver you the proper layout, color palette, and design elements. Your concept & our industry jointly produce something creative. To fulfill your mission is our vision. If there lies any unfinished task, we consider it as dirt in your cloth. We are very allergic to complete the task in due time.


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How to Join with us

If you are interested in join with us & get our service, come to our creative design professionals team & consult with us.Let us know what you need. After your confirmation, we will follow our next step. You can send your created designs on our Facebook page. You can send your designed Fonts, Images, high-resolutionSignature & Print Ready Art Files, Proposed Page Layouts, Images of Finished Products to us.Our mail id is also here to support you. You can send your draft at support@bytecode.com.bd

So, won’t delay, contact us today.


Frequently asking Questions


  1. Can Microsoft Word or Publisher be used in graphic designing?

Ans: No. Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Publisher, etc. are not enough as graphics design tool so you shouldn’t rely on it. Microsoft programs convert your images to RGB file, that can’t be printed. This is also unable for page layout. So you have to waste more time to lay out & need a designer. Bytecode will suggest you use Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop or any design tools. If you are unable to run these tools, you can see many tutorials on Youtube. These tutorials will help you how to use graphic design platforms. You can see their lots of features with a great variety there.By using Photoshop, you can enhance your photos & also can do another layering in your designs. Adobe Illustrator is another very useful & mostly used tool with amazing features. You don’t have to miss this realm of opportunities if you have a passion for graphic design. You have to inform it what’s your design content. Adobe Illustrator will present all your data content in a manageable format. You find here typesetting features that allow you to format your text in a new appearance. Besides these two tools, you can rely on Adobe InDesign. Adobe InDesign can be used in different media like books, magazines, posters, brochures, flyers and newspapers.


2. Could I choose online images graphic designing?

Ans: If you choose images from online you have the risk of Copyright Infringement.You won’t pull images from other websites or image search engines. Moreover, most of the internet downloaded images have very low resolution. So, you will face problems while printing. I also pointed here that images which you found in different search engines aren’t up for grabs. These images are not appropriate for the graphic design.Many people won’t put a headache on this that all photographs and images are possessed by someone. So without his/her permission, we shouldn’t use it for graphic design.

3. Where could I get the free stock image?

While browsing the internet, you can see plenty of websites. You can find free pics from there for your graphic design. Many websites claim that these stocks are free, but before using, please read all the licensing terms & conditions. Some free stock image provider websites offer pics include Gratisography, In splash, Life of Pix, Death to Stock Photos, Picjumbo and much more. These Stock Photos are superb for your graphic designing because the designers upload some unique ones for your business. You can also order our graphic designers team to customize business cards, transform logo design, T-Shirts design for your events, create vehicle decal designs and more.

4. How can I receive my graphics design project when finished?

Ans: After completing our tasks, we will inform you. You have to ensure final payment & have to take the receipt. We will deliver the electronic files by e-mail or by CD. We keep a copy of the project up to 3 months. It helps us to update or use later if you lose your copy. Any art file of our clients is also preserved. We saved it for making any changes or reprinting in future.

5. Who Owns the Copyright of my project that ByteCode has done?

Ans: our clients owns the Copyright and intellectual property rights of all our projects, as they paid to us. We keep the right to add this projects to our portfolio sites as an example of our work samples. If you contracted with our graphic design service, our designers discuss & direct you all the procedure of your project. When starting graphic design assignments, just say us about your target audience, assets, content, etc. Our designer initially provides you specific date/time for proof the project. Don’t hesitate to inform us if you need to know more information.We welcomed all our clients to make direct contact with our designers to follow up the working progress.

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6. What is your process for logo design? If I want revisions made graphic design or reorders, how will be the charge? Does ByteCode exist client references?                                                                                                               

Ans: When starting a project, our designers talk closely with the clients. Clients mission & vision is very important to us. We start our tasks by researching with three logo concepts.The client has to provide initial direction.Clients insight is very important to aid him in development. We don’t charge a design fee for those re-orders which don’t require any artwork changes. But you need to pay an art charge of $20 /hr if there’s need any additional changes to prior artwork. If you need to know previous reviews before going to be our partner, you can see a full list of our client’s  testimonials on Bytecode webpage.


 7. What is the difference between high-resolution and low-resolution images in graphics design? 

Ans: Before answering this question, it’s important to tell you how the resolution is measured in graphic design. May you do not have full idea about a resolution of an image, but you know that it is interrelated with graphic’s clarity and sharpness. Simply said, a resolution is correlated with ink dots & ink dots is the key maker of make up your image. It can also be referred to as electronic pixels. In graphic design software, these pixels are called dots per inch shortly DPI. Other measurements of resolution include PPI (pixels per inch), LPI (lines per inch) and SPI (samples per inch).


8. Can I Convert a Low-Resolution Image into High Resolution?


Ans: no. High-resolution pictures have 300 dpi (dots per inch), on the other hand, low-resolution pictures have lessHigh-resolution images are clear pictures. These have concentrated and a tight combination of dots per inch.on the contrary, you will see more dots on a low-resolution image, and that picture won’t be precise. Low-Resolution Images look like pixelated, blurry and unclear. For printing, high-resolution images should choose.To produce crisp, clear images, there’s no alternative to high-resolution images. Lower resolution images are used only for the web. You cannot convert a low resolution into the high-resolution image in graphic design. There’s no process to add pixels in your low-resolution image. So, in graphics design, you should select high-resolution images.


9. Do you maintain specific timeframe on your graphic design projects?

Ans: Bytecode works different types projects. So, the timeframe varies from project to project. The timeframe is dependent on some tasks. Our designer will advise you  & inform you about estimated amount of time they need. Before finalizing any work, we mail you to show that one & there we also give you a certain date.We understand that many clients face problems if the deadline has over. We are aware on your convenience. Our graphic design team is always interested in helping you with their graphic design assignments. We are experienced in rush design jobs and rush print jobs, so just avoid tension on missing deadlines or falling behind schedule. We can rush at our best as until the completion of the task.

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More Questions

  • What is required before starting my graphic design project?

Ans: Before starting our design project, you have to sign in agreement. Besides, 50% of the artwork fees have to deposit .you have to sign in any relevant files of the design project. Our graphic design client projects service charge is $20 per hour.But If your project can be completed in less than one hour, the minimum art charge will be $10. You can view clients review on our previous portfolio creative design work  by clicking here: http://bytecode.com.bd/old/bytecode-testimonials/


  • What is the difference between CMYK color model and RGB model in graphic design?

Ans: CMYK stands for the colors cyan, magenta, yellow, and black.It’s a four-color process model that is used for color printing. On the other hand, RGB stands for red, green, blue. This color model is used for displaying images on electronic systems such as computers and televisions. If you want to print your graphic design, you need to convert all images and assets to CMYK color for perfect printing. It can be done in Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Illustrator. When you converted the images into CMYK color, the image won’t be vivid and vibrant as you see before in display on your screen.


  • What are PMS colors?

If you are new, just want to mention you that the above two color systems aren’t in graphic design.you should remember that one system isn’t enough better than the other one. Both of above two color systems are used for different terms. CMYK is used in color printers, and different media used this particular color system for design signs, posters, and flyers. On the contrary, RGB is used in computers and many other electronic devices. A PMS ( Pantone Matching System) is used for printing any spot colors. If you print in PMS colors, there’s no broken down while printing like CMYK.


  • What is the difference between vector based graphics and images in graphic design?

Ans: Before start learning on graphic design service, you need to know that images are made up of pixels. On the contrary, vector-based graphics is made up of paths. You can use Vector graphics in larger sizes without displacing quality or resolution. The main difference between them is vector based graphics isn’t made up of pixels rather it is made up of paths. The paths can be triangles, squares, lines, or any type geometrical shapes. The path is categorized by two points. One starts points, and the other is end points. It is also called control points or nodes. Imagine an x Andy diagram. There have specific points which lie on the axis. The axis controls the path’s direction. The paths can be appointed different features such as fill, thickness, stroke color, shape, etc.


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Pros & cons

Vector graphics isn’t made up of pixels. It can be sized differently than regular images. Vector graphics has more advantages on regular images. It’s the main benefit is these are scalable. It means that Vector graphics has an independent resolution. Even, if you lose some portion, size can be adjusted without any altering.


So, if you need bigger & resolution image at a time, yes you can get. Moreover, if you want to create realistic imagery that is not possible because photographs can’t be used as vector graphics. For this reason, vector graphics is close to illustrations not like as realistic imagery. Though plenty of benefits can get from vector graphics; a big inconvenience is that it can’t portray the inflection of a photograph.

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Most Important Design Principles

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01. Line
02. Scale
03. Colour
04. Repetition
05. Negative Space
06. Symmetry
07. Transparency
08. Texture
09. Balance
10. Hierarchy
11. Contrast
12. Framing
13. Grid
14. Randomness
15. Direction
16. Rules
17. Movement
18. Depth
19. Typography

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