Category Archives: Printing Guide

May 8

How to Pick the Right Colour Palette for Your Brand

Those who are familiar with designing and printing marketing tools such as business cards, brochures and other direct mails know the value of a good colour palette for a brand. The colour scheme not only represents your brand but can also contribute […]

Oct 9
Different Types of Paper Used for Printing

Different Types of Paper Used for Printing

The quality and durability of a printed material depend on the type of paper you choose. If you fail to select the right paper for your printing project, then the overall appearance of the finished product is affected and you do not get the desir […]

Oct 8
The Best and Worst Fonts for Printing Projects

The Best and Worst Fonts for Printing Projects

When it comes to creating readable and attractive printed materials for marketing, the type of font you choose is the most important aspect of the design. Most designers focus on creating eye-catching graphics and adding high-quality content, but apa […]

Jun 12
How to Choose the Right Printing Paper

How to Choose the Right Paper for Your Printing Project

The choice of paper is one of the most important aspects of printing. The quality, feeling and overall visual appeal of your printed materials largely depend on the type of paper you select. However, that doesn’t mean choosing the highest quality and […]

Apr 11

5 Direct Mail Marketing Mistakes to Avoid

Direct mails are an effective marketing tool. Businesses can send postcards, letters or any creative promotional material to its customers, both existing and potential. This a well-known traditional form of marketing but requires expertise to achieve […]

Mar 14

Importance of Corporate Stationery

Investing in corporate stationery is an important business decision which needs to be given proper attention. In order to create a distinct identity for your company, you need to choose the perfect corporate stationery. Though there are no norms or r […]

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