No printing job is too small or too large.
We manage it all–from concept to delivery—with the technology and expertise to design and print from literally thousands of products for your business or non-profit. Here are some of the most commonly asked for print items:
- Business cards
- Training manuals
- Outdoor banners
- Tradeshow graphics
- Door hangers
We add value to every print project with our time-tested process.
Rather than print a bad file our client sends, we’re an extra pair of eyes for you. We strive to make you look your best, so we’ll suggest design changes, trouble shoot file errors, and often catch grammatical errors (our grammar queen on staff). Our print process is set up to avoid costly mistakes and delays:
Provide firm estimate based on your requirements.
Once accepted, we initiate the job and preflight your file.
Our designers do their thing and refine it with internal feedback.
We send PDF and/or Epson proofs for your approval. If any changes, it’s back to the drawing board.
Once approved, we proceed with printing and any finishing such as folding, trimming, embossing, collating, inserting, and packing.
Digital printing vs. offset printing: What’s the difference?
Different jobs call for different equipment and processes. Once we understand your requirements, we’ll set your job on the right path.
Digital printing is best when:
- Fewer than 1000 pieces
- Faster turnaround in 1-3 days
- Personalized (e.g. Dear Mary)
- Color is less critical (CMYK colors)
Offset printing is best when:
- Larger quantities, at a lower cost per piece.
- Each piece the same, not personalized
- Slower turnaround of 3-10 days.
- Quality and colors are critical
Print plays an integral role in marketing communications.
Consider this: even Google uses print and direct mail to generate leads. Marketing has become so fragmented that you can’t ignore any channel in getting out your message. You need to reach your prospects wherever they hang out—“fish where the fish are” as they say—whether it’s email, direct mail, your website, etc. You’re better off using an integrated marketing approach involving several channels.