Visual [vizh-oo-uhl] noun. The picture elements, as distinguished from the sound elements, in films, television, etc. Photographs, slides, films, charts, or other visual materials, esp. as used for illustration or promotion. Compare audio, video. A rough, preliminary sketch of an advertising layout, showing possible arrangements of material. Any item or element depending on the sense of sight.

Blurb [blurb] noun. A brief advertisement or announcement, esp. a laudatory one: She wrote a good blurb for her friend’s novel.

The combination of the two is the ideology behind visualblurb. It’s putting those loose thoughts (occasionally scribbled or sketched on a cocktail napkin) and making sense of them in an attempt to uniquely convey a message to a specific target audience in an effort to capture their attention. While the goal is to visually stimulate the mind with each and every single project, the attention to detail and the dedication to the end product is what makes the difference.