Oooooo! I like it! Except maybe that the business name is the hardest part to see, since it’s the same size font as some of the other parts of the ad but it’s in a lighter color. Since you don’t have brand recognition yet, maybe that is not such a bad thing (especially if PCM Image Tek does have strong brand recognition in the area). I think the quote is terrific – first the “human” part, then the techie stuff that is just mumbo jumbo to folks like me. 😉
Terrific website, too. If you were down here, Hamlet would probably hire you to help get his new business off the ground!
heh-heh… i would take hyphens OUT of onsite and offsite, unless they’re adverbs, in which case they’re ‘on site’ and ‘off site’… i never, ever hyphenate either. matter of personal taste, i guess. in bxiie’s ad, they’re elliptical–i assume they’re adjectives (as in ‘onsite IT support’).
my friend michelle is a talented graphics artist… and there’s David, who just starting working at my new company… sitting in the next cubicle over… i could put you in touch with one or both of these folks if you’re interested in developing a logo. i think that’s way more important than the size, color, or font of the company name…
Very well-stated and compelling text. Very nice ad.
I’d put your company name right at the top, and move the quote to the bottom where your company name currently is, that way the tag-line doesn’t look like it’s part of the quote plus you’re not putting too much value in the quote (as if it’s your only reference).
Since you don’t have a logo, perhaps you could use a picture of a computer, just so someone browsing through the paper would have a visual cue. Also, I’d use catchier bullets, instead of dashes, maybe some kind of arrow-like character to add some action and liven it up. Also an interesting border around the ad could draw attention.