Who knew printing envelopes could be so confusing to design?! If the artwork is not setup and designed properly, you will not achieve the results you are hoping for. Here is everything you need to know when designing your offset printed envelope.
The two main types of printing processes available are digital printing and offset printing. There are always many questions surrounding these two printing types and understanding which method of printing is best for your project can be difficult. Here is everything you need to know to ensure you receive the right type of printed piece.
Did you know trading cards date back to the 1860s? Since the 1860s trading cards have evolved in a way no one could have imagined. Now every youth athlete can have their own card, companies are using trading cards to promote a positive employee culture, gamers are creating their own characters using trading cards, and so much more.
Canva is a great online alternative to programs like Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. Some print customers choose to use this online platform when creating their print-ready files. But when doing so, it’s essential to make sure your files are set up correctly for the best print outcome. To help you through this process we have provided the below step-by-step guide to designing a successful printed piece using Canva.
Photoshop is one of the most-used programs by our clients. While versatile, Photoshop can throw some curve balls in the design process that result in errors when uploading to our site. This can lead to confusion and uncertainty of how your files will turn out when printed and lead to delays.
Typesetting is thought to have been invented around 1450. Today, this process has obviously improved tremendously. Over 40 years ago computers took over the manual typesetting process. This means no more Typesetters sitting over trays of metal letters for hours upon hours placing each letter by hand.