QUICK HINTS AND TIPS FOR SUPPLYING FILES AND COLOURS:

 

COLOUR MATCHING
To match your colours successfully we require some form of colour hard copy. This can either be a pantone reference or a form
of printed media such as a company letter head or business card. If you provide a pantone reference or some form of hard copy printed
material (i.e. letterhead, business card) we will check your file prior to printing. If we cannot achieve a reasonable match we will call you
to discuss. It is not always possible to match pantone colours exactly using CMYK printers. Our printers and media are carefully calibrated
but if no colour proof is provided we can only print what is supplied to us.
IF COLOURS ARE CRITICAL WE CAN ARRANGE FOR A MACHNE RUN COLOUR PROOF TO BE SENT FOR AN ADDITIONAL CHARGE BEFORE
THE PRODUCTION STAGE.

LOGO FORMAT FOR PRINTING
Ensuring your logo looks its best. To ensure we can work wonders with your logo, we’ll need it in the best format you have it in the
highest resolution available. That would be a scalable vector format. Such as (VECTOR)  eps. PDF. Or ai. File format. A logo in vector format
can be scaled infinitely and never lose quality. Whether it is sized to fit a business card or scaled up to display beautifully on a billboard, it
will always have the same crisp quality and appearance.

IMAGES FOR PRINT
Image resolution.  All file formats must have a minimum of 72 dpi (dot per inch) resolution at 100% image size. The images designed for
the web are usually at a low screen resolution and are not suitable for print. Print images need to be created at a minimum of  72 dpi at
100% image size, or there will be a substantial drop in the image quality.