Working Media, Inc.

Stoughton, MA

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About this pro

Working Media, Inc. offers graphic design services for both print and nonprint as means of communication.

We design marketing materials that drive sales. We create advertising that drives buyers to procure. We design newsletters and magazines that communicate noticeably. We design posters that clearly invite and inform. We design annual reports that deliver messages and evoke emotion. We make point-of-purchase and packaging displays that can open the wallet and catch the eye. We accurately do the required work.

Working Media is located in Stoughton, MA, just minutes from routes 95 and 24, steps away from the MBTA Commuter Rail Station.

Please contact us today for a complimentary review of any creative project, big or small.

Location

Stoughton, MA 02072

Website

Years in business

23

Number of employees

2

Times hired on Thumbtack

4

Reviews

3 Reviews
  • Kathy A. Apr 15, 2017
    Graphic Design
    Verified Review
    John Perry: Efficient, reliable, and affordable
    John Perry works quickly. He is efficient, thorough, affordable, reliable and willing to accommodate changes. He's knowledgeable and helpful, as well. I would not hesitate to recommend John.
  • Maggie J. Jan 10, 2017
    Graphic Design
    Verified Review
    I highly recommend using Working Media
    John from Working Media was great to work with. He is extremely knowledgeable in his field, he's also diligent and very thorough. I appreciate that he was willing to go the extra mile to find a solution when issues arose. The project he did for us was also at a fair price.
  • Mark A. Mar 13, 2014
    Graphic Design
    Verified Review
    John was absolutely amazing to work with. He asked the right questions to understand my design goal and took art direction well while creating great pieces! Would recommend him to anyone and will definitely be a resource for myself in the future!

Q&A

What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?
I often find myself defending the discipline of graphic design. As a designer I explain to potential customers that experience and talent matter (in this case.) Just because you can buy the tools at Home Depot doesn't mean you should build your own home. Same here, many of the professional tools of a graphic designer are available over the counter (more or less) but in the hands of someone who is not a professional you might not get the same results. That being said please allow a professional graphic designer a chance to bid on your creative projects, you'll be glad you did. John Perry Working Media, Inc. www.wmedia.com