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Pre-Mat A4 Product Catalogue

DW Blog
July 29th, 2010

A Catalogue is defined as a publication of a list or itemized display; entailing articles, specifications and illustration. The catalogue could be in the form of a book or an eBook, from as little as five pages to as many as a hundred (or more), all to the client’s discretion.

We recently did a catalogue print job for our client – Pre-Mat Drilling Supplies Pte Ltd, yielded a A4 sized catalogue made up of 96 pages with listing of their equipments, parts and etc. Design Workz printed this catalogue with the PDF files given by our client.

Design Workz is able to do solely printing if furnished with the Finished Artwork (FA) if necessary. Be it Catalogues, Flyers, Folders, Banners, to even Brochures, we are confident of executing these projects smoothly. Try us out today!


L’Amour Creations Website

DW Blog
July 20th, 2010

Design Workz has launched a new website for our client – L’Amour Creations to establish their online presence. Just like L’Amour Creations, we believe that adding in personal touches will not only complete it, but contribute greatly to the overall experience.

We sincerely hope that the new website will aid L’Amour Creations well in their business venture. Do check them out should you need party favors or just want that extra something special to make your event more exclusive.

L'Amour Creations Website

Design Workz is always open to suggestions and believes in customization to best suit our clients. Feel free to contact us anytime!


The Latent Factors Book

DW Blog
July 13th, 2010

TLF Cover

Recently, Design Workz had the pleasure of working with a publisher on his client’s book “The Latent Factors”. Design Workz was put in charge of the entire layout and cover design of the book. We are very honoured to be chosen to advise on our expertise, utilize our core services and help out in publication of the book. As said by the author himself, the best business models do not necessarily equate to innovation, but in understanding the customer and what they want.

That said, we worked closely in hand with the publisher to ensure that our end product is not only of satisfaction to them, but will also accurately represent them and help in promotion. The author says that business intelligence can come from anywhere, and picking up this book would be a good start-off point in transforming good ideas into great businesses.

We wish the author and The Latent Factors all the best!