You’ll hear us talking about various printing methods over time.. today we’re going to talk about the two types we use daily, digital & lithographic and why you’re best using either for your print projects.
In September, the Bank of England (BoE) launched a two-month public consultation on plans to switch its banknotes to polymer from 2016 at the earliest.
A mix up led to early copies of the latest Bridget Jones book having a chunk of Sir David Jason’s memoirs in the middle.
In four colour printing, images are all made up of halftone dots – one for each of the colours (CMYK). It occurs when 3 or more are all overlaid at angles to create what you can see close up, as a moire pattern, or rosette. Below you can see this represented by Wikipedia with multiple […]
We had some queries on proofing this week and as such I thought I’d clarify the different types of proof out there and the impact they have on cost or your job.
If you’ve ever been with me in a room whilst critiquing a piece of print that someone’s had done then no doubt one of the issues you will have seen me pick up on would be the fold of an item!
If you’ve ever seen an imposed sheet or a file ready for printing – you will have noticed a few marks in the white space around it. These marks are generally used on the larger sheet that we print on – not on individual files (apart from trim marks). So.. what do they all mean?
Today is Post Day. Used to promote and increase awareness of using the Postal System. So how many of you actually use Direct Mail in their business as a marketing pillar?
Tuesday 7th October is Techies Day – so to celebrate, we’re going to talk about the technology that’s being integrated within print media, especially the Web-to-Print market.
A great new market is opening up in the form of Augmented Reality. Most people will be familiar with the Moonpig advert on TV for their video cards. The principle is the same – but augmented can take it a little further – by bringing up (in some cases) the whole Hollywood Mountain right on […]