Graphic Design agency in Bangkok
Effective graphic design ensures that your content stands out from the crowd. Whether for brochures, events, or your own office walls, creative on-brand visual storytelling content helps your organization build positive associations with its target audience.
Our graphic design agency in Bangkok, Thailand employs talented artists, designers, illustrators and animators who work alongside Lexicon’s social media, research and video production departments to provide a full suite of creative marketing support services.
RMA GroupGraphic Design
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LaPassionBrand Identity Design
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Lexicon provides ISB with invaluable support with marketing strategy and content creation in all areas. We have been incredibly impressed with their level of service and the quality of their work.
They’re like my one-stop service; writing, translation, graphic design, or even publishing, and I also know I can rely on them…thumbs up!
Lexicon always produces exceptional storytelling content for us. We have worked with them on web design, content writing, design and animation projects and are delighted with the results.
David Norcross and his team at Lexicon got it right away – our vision for the re-design of our quarterly, trade magazine “Voyageur”. It now has a clean, sleek look which makes readers want to pick up the magazine and delve in. Besides their wonderful creativity, the team is an absolute delight to work with. I cannot do anything but highly recommend them.
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