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About BJN Graphic Design

We provide effective visual communication.

Our core service is ‘graphic design’, from your humble Business Card to the Annual Report and small to medium size websites.

Bevin Neil is the business owner and graphic designer at BJN. 20+ years of experience managing graphic design projects and providing clients with creative and technical inputs for an array of diverse print and online projects, especially in the educational and commercial sectors.

Graphic Design is an  integral part of your larger business strategy. We specialise in looking after your visual branding. We work with marketing managers, business owners and managers. 

For business and other branding, we work with a talented bunch of associates, such as:

  • marketing strategists
  • copywriters & editors
  • public relations specialists
  • social media prefessionals
  • search engine optimisation (SEO) specialists
  • search engine marketing (SEM) specialists
  • experience web developers

BJN can provide a comprehensive and seamless approach to your broader marketing and communications needs.

Our client base is varied and ranges from hairdressers to manufacturers, servicing clients across Australia and overseas.

We have a simple belief:

better design + better communication = better business for you!

Some Good Words...

Blackall Range Care Group Inc

“Working with BJN was a complete delight. Our organisation was looking to update our services brochure and to develop some posters. Bevin responded immediately, visited to get a sense of our environment and culture, and quickly responded with excellent ideas. The ideas were clean, clear, attractive, and appropriate. All suggestions  for changes were responded to promptly and great solutions found to improve any areas under review.

Our brochures and posters have received excellent feedback from clients, potential clients, staff,  industry leaders, and the general public. We would have no hesitation in recommending BJN Graphic Design to any company seeking to update their graphic presentation.”

Thea Caffin