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.
possible. So it’s important to have an understanding of each mailing option available to you. We have broken down the four ways to mail with Primoprint and outlined the difference between each and when each of these methods will work best for you.
Our C1S stands for “Coated 1 Side.” This means that the front side of the paper has a soft matte-like coating, while the back side remains uncoated. Its thickness is 18pt, which means it is a bit thicker than your standard business card paper and offers a nice contrast in texture from front to back.
We know how frustrating it is when you have a print job that gives errors or emails telling you to fix something before the print order can proceed. At Primoprint, we want you to have the best possible experience with us, so we try to be as thorough with our file review as possible. To help avoid some extra headaches, we’ve compiled a list of the most common file concerns.
The Linen paper is a soft, uncoated stock that provides a crosshatch woven texture – giving it a unique and slightly textured look and feel.