Dec 28, 2020
Printing to the edge requires what graphic designers and printers mostly refer to as "bleed" but many people don't know what bleed means, why it's necessary or how to make sure a file has it. Today we'll cover those questions and more to help you gain the knowledge to provide beautiful, print-ready projects for printing.
Dec 10, 2020
This is not a call out post - we're not here to critique people's personal aesthetic choices (if comic sans is your favorite font well... you do you, friend) but there are certain all-too-easy-to-commit…
Nov 19, 2020
Minimalism is trending everywhere these days from interior decor to websites to printed materials, and for good reason. Minimalist design marries classic design with modern aesthetics and appears to a wide variety of audiences.
Nov 12, 2020
Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could print your own money? Your life would certainly change, but unfortunately not for the better. Luckily there’s something else you could do that takes you as legally close as you can go towards printing money: print advertising!
Oct 06, 2020
Brochures, cards, letters, menus and more, all of these are types of designs that require and benefit from precision folding. From basic half folds to complex French folds, did you know we can do them all? We offer folding on a variety of paper stocks and quantities as low as 25 to as many as 100,000. There are more than just a few ways to fold paper, though, so which one is right for you? Here are a few to get you started.
Sep 28, 2020
Whether you're gearing up for your own political campaign season or just encouraging your fellow citizens to get out and vote this season, we have options to help you succeed!
May 22, 2020
Disposable Menus are a requirement for reopening your restaurant in Vermont and other areas. When done correctly, you can also use your disposable menus to support your take-out and delivery business as…
Mar 19, 2020
Welcome back for the third and final piece in our Making Sense of File Formats Series! This time we'll be covering one last file type: document file formats. Document formats are different from images in that they are usually text-heavy and save to be a much smaller size. Just as with images, each type serves its function. Here are a few of the main file formats used for documents.
Mar 12, 2020
Last time on "Making Sense of File Formats (Part 1)" we covered raster image formats including JPEGs, PNGs, GIFs, and PSDs; this time we'll talk about the other type of images - vector image formats.