We all hate to forget the birthdays of loved ones, but with so many different dates to remember, most of us will have that sinking feeling of having missed one at least once a year. Despite our love for the Queen, for example, there is no shortage of people here in Britain who are taken […]
Promote your new venture or professional services wih a brand new business card design. This Photoshop tutorial shows you how to design a stunning card in a few easy steps and how to get it print ready for production in our online print shop with all the bleed and margins. The tutorial is for a […]
Today I would like to tell you about a new way to enhance your print products – perforation! I will briefly explain what perforation lines are, how to highlight them in your artwork and give you some ideas about how to use them!
We know there is a whole bunch of outgoing people around the UK, so this week we bring you a creative way to promote quiz nights at your pub or entertainment venue. The tutorial is about how to create an artwork for an old fashioned pub quiz. Not any pub quiz, a tube quiz in […]
If you’re using paper at 250gsm grammage or above for products such as folding cards, flyers, and brochure covers, we’d recommend that you crease the paper where it will be folded. Should you opt for creasing or grooving and where’s the difference? Find out more below!
The JPEG File Interchange Format (JFIF) was developed by Eric Hamilton in 1991. Today it is the most used graphics format and is known by the abbreviation JPG format or JPEG format. JPEG stands for the Joint Photographic Experts Group which developed standards in connection with the file format in the beginning of the 1990s.
Web offset printing is the most frequently used rotary printing process and, in comparison with sheet-fed offset printing, it has a much higher printing speed. Here is some more information for anyone who has been wondering how very high print runs are managed.
For today’s “How to” I thought I’d take a look at fonts (also called typefaces) and lines with you. In terms of the size or width of lines, for example, there are several things you need to bear in mind to get the perfect printed result; but I’m also going to take a look at […]
Print possibilities have rapidly increased since the invention of the printing press by Johannes Gutenberg in the middle of the 15th century. Typical print processes were already used in the early Middle Ages, when frottage was used to print the surfaces of leather and other materials. Other forms of printing include lithography, offset printing, which […]