Here is a quick reference guide to help you get your file ready for printing. From the beginner to the seasoned graphic designers, mistakes happen.… Read More »Quick Guide To Set Up Your Design For Printing
Sure, you might be saving a little more per piece when printing on a smaller postcard, but when it comes to mailing, larger postcards can save you more money than what you would save printing standard size postcards.
There are 2 types of mailings that have a minimum mailing requirement from the USPS. Standard mail requires a minimum of 200 pieces for the bulk rate discount, and First Class will require a minimum of 500 pieces. If you are sending a postcard under these quantities, they will need first-class stamps, and the price of the stamp will be dictated by the size of your postcard.
This list is the most common type of business envelopes. Most of the envelopes above can have subcategories attached to them, offering more types for that size of envelopes, such as paper type, color, seal, and flap, to name a few.
Understanding & using full-bleed appropriately can take your print design to a more professional level. In this article, we are going to help with properly… Read More »HOW TO: design using full-bleed in Printing
Whatever the preference you desire in a business card, we believe that this “How to design a business card” will help guide you through the process of getting your design ready for print and on budget. ( Unless, of course, you are a company that can do without a business card ) But then you wouldn’t be here, right?