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Bold, engaging graphic design inspired by the spirit of the San Francisco Bay Area. Giant Orange Design is a full-service group for art direction, graphic design for print and web, book design, copy writing, copy editing, user interface, and social media.
Business Plans and reports
Giant Orange Design combines photography and typography combined for dramatic business plans and reports. There’s no right or wrong way to create a multi-page document as long as it meets your needs and makes a visual impact. Visuals make your business plan memorable, whether it's a lean startup plan or a traditional plan that is heavy on details. Design samples.
Portraits, locations, signage, architecture, nature, and design.
Randall Homan's photographs have been exhibited at the Rayko Photo Center Gallery in San Francisco, the San Francisco Public Library, the Museum of Neon Art, and the Perfect Exposure Gallery, Los Angeles. Her photography work has been featured in articles in CA Modern magazine, San Francisco magazine, Hoodline.com, 99PercentInvisible.com, KQED.com, Atlas Obscura.com, Slate.com, and FastCompany.com
"Just when you thought you knew everything about San Francisco, along comes Al Barna's and Randall Ann Homan’s book, San Francisco Neon. With beautiful photography, paging through is like strolling down the streets of a familiar city with a new vantage point. You’ll never look at San Francisco streets in quite the same way again. If just one of these neon survivors gets saved from demolition, this book is a huge success."
—Andrew Danish, author of Palm Springs Weekend (Chronicle Books)
Multi-page booklets are a specialty of Giant Orange Design. We are proud designers of the Oakland Public Library Annual Report for the past 8 years to feature the diverse and adventurous event programming of the OPL branch libraries.
Logo design, signage, and branding is our passion and our strategies flow to photography, social media, and all marketing collateral.
At Giant Orange, there is nothing so satisfying than to tell a community story through color, typography, and images.