It’s Still a Difference Maker
Because it’s not and won’t be anytime soon. Walk into any office, and there’s a very good chance you’ll spot something that business had printed. It may be a brochure to tell you more about their services, a card they hand out when asking customers for referrals or a booklet of specific information on a topic. Even direct marketing is making a comeback. Why? Because so many people stopped, leaving the remaining businesses doing it with a better chance to be seen!
Print still has its place. The question is: do you want to stand out? That’s what a well-designed piece printed on quality paper can do. It’s about the cool graphics that catch the eye. The Spot UV treatment that adds a bit of shine to just the right places on a business card. The feel of a high-quality paper when someone opens a booklet to learn something new. Print’s not dead. There’s still a little bit of magic left when it’s done right.
With in-house designers and a first class print partner, we are your one-stop shop for all your print needs. Below you will find some of our most common print requests. We can, however, design and print just about any piece you can think of and have it shipped hot off the presses right to your doorstep.
First impressions matter, and the business card you hand to others is an important part of creating a strong first impression. Hand them a poorly designed and flimsy card, and they may not take you seriously. Handing them something well-designed and sturdy will make the impression you want.
The most common type of brochure you will see, the tri-fold has many uses. The folds divide the brochure into six different sections that can each be used to display specific information. This gives it a lot of diversity and makes the design a good choice for when information needs to be divided into parts.
A much simpler style of brochure, the half-fold is great for displaying larger blocks of content. It’s also a very cost-effective form of print with a multitude of paper options. The half-fold brochure is a good option when you want something simple yet different.
A great way to present something people can take away from a meeting, presentation folders will help build an image of you as someone that is well-prepared. It also works well when you need to distribute a lot of information to groups of people but want to make sure they can keep things easily organized.
A booklet is a special piece of print. It’s an opportunity to present a lot of information to people, but it must be well-thought-out. The right number of pages, well-written content, and an attractive design will have people flipping through the pages hungry for the information you provide.
Direct mail still works well for many businesses, and postcards represent one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to get the job done. Postcards are also great to use as handouts at events or to give to customers that come through your place of business.
Make sure your business card or brochure captures and retains the attention of your audience by using Spot UV. Spot UV sections can be added to a chosen spot of a business card or print material with the purpose of accenting specific areas or information.
To really grab the attention of your target market, use a completely customized print material style known as a die cut. With die cuts, you can create a one-of-a-kind marketing piece that doesn’t conform to your standard 8.5" x 11" piece of paper.
The ability to make your brand tangible and take life is a beautiful thing. You aren’t restricted to a traditional fold or a specific cut; we can make whatever you like.
We start by talking to you. What kind of piece do you need? What kind of information needs to go in it, and how do you want it to look?
It’s time for some words. Based on the initial strategy session one of our writers will go to work on the content for the piece.
Next a graphic designer will take the content, lay it out and begin designing around it. The designer gives each element a purpose while making sure your brand is worked into the piece.
One of the most important steps in the process: it’s time for your review. How does it look? How does it read? Did we get it right?
Once you’ve reviewed the piece, you’ll give us your changes. Once those are completed, you’ll check one last time and sign a proof.
Now it’s on to the printer: yours if you ask or ours if that’s what is requested. Finally, we’ll dropship a package straight to your door.