In a perfect world all the artwork sent to us would be in vector format, with all the fonts converted to outlines, any colours would have their Pantone reference included, and it would be in AI, EPS, or PDF format. That makes perfect sense, doesn’t it? Err… maybe not.
The thing is – we don’t live in that perfect world; not everybody can produce their own artwork; and let’s face it…. most people don’t know (or even care) what on earth “fonts converted to outlines” means, whether or not the word “Pantone” refers to a dodgy false tanning lotion, or even if “vector format” is just a tongue-in-cheek phrase from Star Trek! And.. what on earth is the real difference between litho printing and digital printing (and does it really matter that much anyway)?
If any of the above sets a few bells ringing, or even if you don’t have the slightest notion of what we’re talking about, don’t panic. Because we have our own artwork studio and we can help you with any problems you may have. Or if you prefer, we can even do it for you. But if you would like to find out about the printing processes we use, the most effective way of creating artwork of your own, and the most secure methods of ensuring that what you expect to get at the end of the process is what you actually do get.
And if you are still left with questions- just give us a call, and we’ll be happy to help. Or.. if you would like us to come and meet you, face to face to discuss… no problem at all.
If you would like some help with any matter please get in touch with our team. You can call us on 01322 333363, email us on email@example.com, or use our contact form below:
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