"KEYLAY was able to meet our deadline and the process was very professional.
10 out of 10!"
Lesley Galaida | Heighten Talent, LLC
"Always helpful and on schedule. They do an amazing job.
It's like they can read our minds! Love them!"
Jessy Alfonso | People Store
"Our brochures came out great! I really appreciate all of the work that the KEYLAY team did on this project."
George Rollins | Easy Buy Bid
"KEYLAY created for my Southern Jet's website a visual backdrop that both enhanced and contributed to the presentation of the web content. The website simply wouldn't have been as effective without KEYLAY's touch."
Ken Thaxton | Southern Jet
“We desperately needed a complete brand and logo redesign and KEYLAY really did an excellent job of giving us that cohesive look we were going for. KEYLAY is always quick to respond and they really offer sound marketing advice along with great design service.”
KEYLAY is a graphic design agency in Atlanta dedicated to giving your business creative, imaginative ideas that drive results. We do that by making sure your business is covered in all areas: graphic design, web design, packaging, trade show graphics and more. We also have a group of talented logo designers in Atlanta ready to make your brand shine and reach your audience in a new way. World class branding design in Atlanta can be hard to find, but the search stops here. Experience KEYLAY. Experience Your Design.
KEYLAY’s founder and CEO sat down with Pro Business Channel for a radio interview to explain the significance of creating a distinct and memorable presence for brands in the marketplace. Kyle also discussed some of KEYLAY’s key offerings that will help companies establish a strong footprint. Want to hear more? Listen to the full interview right now.
Used the current Kennesaw State branding platform to create a compelling Coles MBA Campaign brand that stood alone on its own. The brand campaign created a feeling of power within the targeted audience and worked well with large format print, magazine ads and online web banners, which led to higher enrollment in the Coles MBA program.
You may have heard about the new Google Pixel phone. Turns out, it was designed with Apple iPhone users in mind. With a UX design that is frank for users porting over users’ data from iPhone, the Pixel aims to chip away at the iPhone market share.