January 2016 Newsletter Running a business is hard work and even the best business owners struggle at some point. That however, does not mean that doing business is all about gloom and doom. There are many joys in finding creative ways to solve our clients’ problems. Having a sound strategy and being proactive are two […]
A collection of various 2016 calendars highlighting the public holidays in Dominica.
It is sometimes difficult to classify the kind of services that SeizerStyle Designs offers. While we specialize in graphic designs, web design and digital marketing each of these are broad categories. Many clients come to us with specific needs that may span one, two or even all of these categories.
Designing websites and graphics usually produces beautiful and useful end products that help solve a problem. These solutions may often be obvious in the design but are sometimes more subtle and difficult to identify.
As you strive to end the first quarter of the year on a positive note let SeizerStyle Designs help. Whether you have had a breakthrough year or a terrible beginning to 2015 make March the month that you get things done.
More and more businesses are embracing the idea that they need to have some sort of presence online. Some look to social media for the answer due to the popularity of social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
SeizerStyle Designs would like to wish all our clients, fans and supporters a Happy New Year. We have a lot of plans for 2015 in alignment with our Always Improving motto.
Brand image, web design & distributing content.
As we gear up for the holiday season and reflect on the fast concluding year, SeizerStyle Designs would like to show appreciation to all our customers, fans and followers. We believe in dreams and that we all have the potential to achieve our dreams no matter how difficult they may seem.
Happy Creole Day and Happy Independence to all our clients celebrating Dominica’s 36th Anniversary of Independence. This festive season reminds us of the freedoms we enjoy and the uniting power of a diverse but shared culture.