Introducing the new shift of our enews – Now a quarterly e-newsletter with a fresh new look. As August disappears into soggy memory we can look forward to the colourful, sunny days of Autumn. It’s almost time to put the lawnmowers away and focus back on your business. Leave your marketing design and print worries
The sandwich paper, MultiLoft™ offers the digital print community new dimensions! This unique solution is ideal for social stationery, wedding announcements, greeting cards, business cards, event invitations or any digital print project where luxury and ultra-thick results are a must. We are now able to produce an exciting range of digital business cards/postcards/invitations in various
How using direct mail in your marketing campaigns can build your business? Direct Mail is Flexible and can be used at every step of your customer journey. Whether you’re focused on lead generation, introducing a new product, Customer Relationship Management or database development, Direct Mail has a role to play. Use it to send a
The days are beginning to get longer and brighter and here are a few ways to really get in the mood for Spring: 1. Start paying your garden attention by tidying up plants, removing any weeds and introducing some new flowers from the local gardening centre. 2. Renew your goals and find something new for
We are happy to announce the winner of our Valentine’s Gift of Love Competition!
Join us to win a “Gift of Love”! Simply by placing any order from now ‘til midday on 13th February, you’ll have a chance to win a £100 voucher for your loved one.
Remember we need your answers before 12th July – good luck!
CMYK refers to the four ink colours used in process colour printing: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black. In 4-colour printing (process colour), all of the colours you see are made up of combinations of dots in these four colours. If your file is to be printed then it will be done in CMYK. RGB stands for
1) Depending on the size of the envelope and the size of the letter, you will need to fold differently. This is for a standard formal A4 letter, you should fold twice, resulting in three sections. 2) Bend the letter (without folding) into an ‘S’ shape until the three sections look roughly the same size.