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what does eps mean?

EPS – stands for Encapsulated Postscript. It is a vector based file which can contain text as well as graphics and illustrations. As the file is vector it can be easily resized for any requirement and can be edited using vector based software such as Adobe Illustrator.

Read more in our blog titled - your guide to image formats

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speciality business card printing

Are you looking for some creative options for your Business Cards? Looking for something fresh and unique to stand out from the crowd? Then we’ve got some fun and creative ideas for you today to really get you thinking.

Business cards are a must for any business. They are an essential item used to promote your brand to your clients and prospects. As an extension of your business, you need to make sure your business cards showcase you in the best possible light. The variety of cards available are endless in terms of card stock, design, shape and finish. Today we are going to take a closer look at some options that are quite different from your standard business card.

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what is letterpress printing?

Letterpress printing, also called Relief Printing, or Typographic Printing, in commercial printing, is a process by which many copies of an image are produced by repeated direct impression of an inked, raised surface against sheets or a continuous roll of paper. Letterpress is the oldest of the traditional printing techniques and remained the only important one from the time of Gutenberg, about 1450, until the development of lithography late in the 18th century and, especially, offset lithography early in the 20th.”. https://www.britannica.com/technology/letterpress-printing

Read more in our blog titled - the lost art of letterpress printing

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common brochure sizes and folds

Brochures are a convenient and cost effective way to share information about your business and promote key messages to your customers and prospects. A great eye-catching design and a professional print job will make all the difference when you are advertising your key message using brochures. A4, DL (or more accurately 1/3 of an A4) and A5 brochures are quite common, but we can create any size you need with a variety of paper stocks available.

Let’s take a closer look at the most common sizes of brochures available:

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why blog for your business?

Business blogging is a fun and inspiring outlet for you to share your expertise with your customers and prospects. By genuinely offering solid advice and valuable information you inevitably position your business as an industry leader in your field. Include business blogging to your overall marketing strategy and see how this often overlooked marketing outlet can help your business.

Read more in our blog titled - Why Blogging helps your Business.


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