Besides their role as informal, entertaining forums for people working at a company, employee magazines have a range of other important functions, helping to motivate employees and encourage them to identify more strongly with the organisation. To illustrate how all these aims can be achieved, we thought we’d show you how our own staff publication, […]
True to the old adage that “a picture says a thousand words” the most complex topics can be explained visually. With our product information and explainer videos, we present diverse aspects of our product range in moving images. Our range of topics include: types of paper, folds and binding and the various options for processing […]
There is a wide range of booklet binding to choose from. Alternatives to typical staple binding are loop binding, perfect binding and spiral binding. However, the choice of binding is dependent on the purpose of the booklet. The statement made by an image brochure is different to that of an instruction book. The wide variety […]
In the modern print industry, print finishing is becoming increasingly popular. Print finishing gives the printed product an extra special touch and creates a very high-quality effect. It is ideal to enhance print products like advertising materials. In this article you will learn about the difference between classic print coating which seals the colour and […]
When selecting from our range of folded leaflets you can now choose from the practical cross fold or the z-fold and double parallel fold with an incredible 12 pages. This means that the sky is the limit when considering ideas for spectacular and large-scale folded leaflet. I will provide you with all the details about […]
The most well-known and most used printing paper for promotional material and office stationary is gloss finish paper. It comes in a slight gloss or matt effect. This is achieved through what is known as dispersion coating – a form of print coating we will examine in this article.
Besides roll (or letter) folds and z-folds (sometimes called concertina or accordion folds), the gate fold is one of the three most-commonly used types of flyer folds – and it is the subject of the last in our series about folded leaflets. I’ll start by giving you a rundown on how this format got its […]
In the last article, I wrote about roll or spiral folds on flyers and gave you a few tips about how to produce print files, so today, I thought I’d tell you about z-fold leaflets. I’ll start by telling you about how z-folds came about and about how to use them to produce six and […]
Since there several ways of folding which are quite similar in the way they are used, there is often some confusion about them when ordering folded leaflets. To make sure that you know which folds you’re talking about, I’m going to take you through the three most common folds in detail: roll folds, z-folds, and […]
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!