People call us for estimates all the time. We are happy to furnish them. But for them to be most effective, we need several questions answered: What is the nature of the piece you want? Is this a paper product or a dimensional promotional or gift item? (i.e. pen, mug, slate) How many do you… Continue reading Estimates
Many people call us with questions that they believe have simple answers, but they don’t have simple answers. A caller rings in asking, “Hi, how much do you charge for color copies?” Before we can answer that question we need to know several things. The first question we’ll ask is “what are you doing with… Continue reading Questions and Answers
This week’s offering is blog post number fifty-two. With this post we have been blogging every Thursday morning for one year – a whole year. Seems like we just started. During this year, we have discussed many things relative to the print shop. Paper, colors, design, layout, file types, and the list goes on. We… Continue reading One Year
Many people come into our shop and ask to see what we have available. The answer is . . . That’s right, nothing. We do not pre-print generic anything. No thank you notes. No wedding announcements or invitations. No graduation announcements. No letterheads or business cards or invoices. Nothing. We may have samples of pieces… Continue reading Decisions, Decisions . . .
Click on the file folder upper left to subscribe to these tips in your email. In printer talk, a bleed occurs when the color of the image goes completely to the edge of the paper. If you want that effect in the image you upload to our website, there are several things you need to… Continue reading Terminology – “bleed”