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Three Factors When Designing Your Print Job

Three Factors When Designing Your Print Job

April 10, 2019  |  bleeds, design, guideline, live area, trim

When designing a piece to be printed, three important meausurements from largest to smallest are Bleed, Trim and Live Area. What is a “Bleed”? A bleed is any part of your design that extends up to or past the edge

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Proportions
Proportions

Understanding Proportions

July 21, 2020

Options for when your artwork is not proportionate to your preferred finished size.    You have a piece you like (maybe your own original art) and you want to make it into a postcard or a flyer or poster. But all

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Closed Labor Day

Closed Labor Day

September 3, 2021  |  closed, holiday, hours, Labor Day

We will be closed Monday, September 6th for Labor Day. Have a great day everyone!

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Fireworks

Closed Independence Day 2021

June 30, 2021  |  4th, closed, Fourth, Independence Day, July

We will be closed Monday, July 5th to celebrate Independence Day.

Everyone have a safe and fun holiday!

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One Size Fits All

January 29, 2021  |  Acrobat, Adobe Reader, Fit to Page, PDF, Printing, Proof

But is it Fit to Print? A standard practice when ordering printing is receiving a “proof,” a version of your job to make sure everything is as you want it. A proof used to be a printed “hard copy” sample, but

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Proofs

February 6, 2020  |  approval, changes, proof

Proofs. Who needs ‘em? We recommend that our clients review and approve a hardcopy proof before we print a project. But sometimes it just isn’t possible for the customer to come in to see a proof, and there isn’t

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Printing a Book

Printing a Book

Difference between Printer’s Spreads and Reader’s Spreads in booklets Page 1, Page 2, Page 3, Page 4 ... that’s the order in which we read a book or newsletter, this is called reader spreads. However

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