Frequently Asked Questions & Design Tips
While there are many clients that are aware of what and how design works for print, there will always be newbies and we love to be of service to all who are interested. If you are one of them, you're on the right track! We hope this page helps shed more light in the world of designing for prints!
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Smallest font size I should use.
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To Go Beyond C-M-Y-K.
What is Sombrero Hole?
How to apply Window Graphics w/o causing Wrinkles or Bubbles.
Bleed, What, Why & How?
What does shifting Mean?
How to measure your Product Sleeve?
Why Laminate is important?
White ink Printing Process.
What is fifth colour Process?
What is Digital Foil Printing or Sleeking?
What is Vinyl Stocks?
Cards & Papers
Stocks for Every Occasion.
Screen vs. Printed
Why colours looks different on Screen vs. When Printed?
How to fold a Brochures?
Guide to install wall graphics
Variable Data Printing
Creating Print Ready Designs in Canva
Order Process & Status
Safety Rating Floor Decals
Interior & Exterior Fix
Dispatch What, Why & How?
Clear & Cut
Clear vs Cut Lettering Stickers
DieCut & Kiss Cut
What is the difference between Die Cut and Kiss-Cut?
Vinyl & Static
Vinyl Stickers vs. Static Cling
Printing with Borders
If you are new to design and print, then this is the perfect introduction for you.
Firstly, there are two kinds of graphic designs that may cause confusions during this process. There is Graphic designs for Digital use which is used for images only for screens like mobile phones, tablets, iPads, laptops, and desktops; Then there is the Graphic designs for print media. These graphics are used for printing purposes only and must abide by certain standards and rules to ensure a proper and correct printed output.
Below you will find our frequently asked questions and the answers as to how and why we have certain rules and standards for our artworks. There is certainly a number of factors you must consider when designing your artwork for prints and they have different circumstances and requirements depending on what kind of product you require.
We've made it easy for you to navigate through this information on this page and we hope it helps, but if you have more questions and need extra advice our friendly team are more than happy to assist you further.
You can reach us in an instant on the bottom right corner of the page, red button that says "Chat with us", or if you'd like to proceed via email you can reach us at email@example.com.