I am a Crestron authorized independent programmer, which essentially means I write customized programs that can be used to control an entire system at the push of a button, these systems can comprise of anything from your AV system in your lounge to, lighting, air conditioning or even the hot tub. The above would be an example of my residential target market.
In the commercial industry, I would for example, write a programme to control a projector in a lecture theatre, the audio level for the presentation, the video conferencing and even the lights, all at the push of a button.
My clients range from integrators (audio visual installation companies), consultants, architects, building contractors, end users and even the odd buddy or two.
Not only do I write the tricky code that makes all the different devices in a system work, but I also design the GUI for the touch panel (well I don't do the graphic design as such, I take already made templates and arrange them to suite a particular job).
Here is a link to the manufacturer who's products I use to control these systems with, it may give you a better idea of what it is that I do.
My target audience is the commercial industry (casinos, boardrooms, educational facilities, theatres & restaurants), while the residential industry is also top of the list (high end homes that are able to afford the luxury of home automation.
I have attached my company Logo (Alpine Automation) as well as the Crestron Authorized Independent Programmer Logo (CAIP).
The business card needs to be double sided, and Im thinking my Logo on one side and the CAIP logo on the other with all my contact information...(or whatever works best).
As for the letterhead, I guess my Logo on top and the CAIP logo at the bottom with all the contact info...(again, whatever works).
Here is my contact info:
Crestron Authorized Independent Programmer (or you could simply put CAIP)
211 - 500 West 10th Ave
My tag line is Control System Programming
The files I will require for my business card and stationary are:
Print file format - .PDF, .EPS (CMYK)
Web file format - .jpg and layered .psd (RGB)
I would also like the stationary in MS Word doc.