Graphics Design

If you are looking for a graphic design company to create visual assets focused on customer engaging designs, you have come to the right place. Hi Tech IT supports your company in enhancing faster customer engagement and becoming a brand as well. We hope our dynamic graphics designs will matter greatly to your company's outperform, marketing success, and customer conversion. 


We Provide

  • Logo Design

  • Business Card Design

  • Stationery Design

  • Letterhead Design

  • Label Design

  • Name Card Design

  • Billboard Design

  • Banner Ad Design

  • Icon Design

  • Flyer Design

  • Brochure Design

  • Poster Design

  • Calendar Design

  • Envelope Design

  • Menu Design

  • Cup and Mug Design

  • Advertisement Design


Motion Graphics

Motion Graphics is a field, where the artists can use their imaginations to create genuine realistic movements of various elements like animation characters. In this digitized world, digital contents have a high demand in almost every sector of the world. From small business attempts to big-budget films, everything requires promotional content that has some level of dynamic movement. Motion graphics deals with that. Motion Graphics encompasses a variety of methods like 2D motion, 3D motion, visual effects(VFX), and many more.

We Provide

  • Stop Motion
  • Intro & Outro Motion
  • Logo Animation
  • Animated Banner
  • Typography Motion
  • Product Promotional Video
  • Event Motion


An infographic (information graphic) is a representation of information in a graphical format that is designed to make the data easily approachable at a glance. Currently, most of us use infographics to speedily communicate a message to simplify the presentation of large amounts of data, to see data models and their relationships to monitor changes in variables over time.

Infographics are overcast in almost any public environment - subway maps, traffic signs, tag clouds, musical scores and weather charts are just a few examples.

We Provide

  • Show the data.
  • Induce the viewer to think about the substance rather than about methodology, the technology of graphic production, and more.
  • Present many numbers in a small space
  • Avoid distorting what the data has to say
  • Serve a reasonably clear purpose: description, exploration, tabulation, or decoration
  • Encourage the eye to compare different pieces of data
  • Be closely integrated with the statistical and verbal descriptions of a data set.