Quality over quantity counts.
When you are running a business of any size, the importance of online printing should not be underestimated. The quality of your printed marketing materials, product information, and even correspondence, reflects on your business. This is particularly evident when you are selling business to business products and services.
Face to face meetings are a regular part of B2B (business to business) transactions. When dealing with the people making the buying decisions, you will have to make your product or service stand out as well as make a clear presentation. Try to imagine if you would hire the services of a company with either poorly designed or poorly printed materials.
If you are a smaller business, there is no reason why you can’t compete with bigger companies in terms of printed materials. A good first step is having all of your printed materials designed by a professional so they look clean and modern. The second step is making sure you find a balance between affordable and quality printed materials. Remember, if you want to grow your business with other businesses then you have to look like a serious and professional operator. Nowhere is this more evident than in your printed materials.
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When printing any material it is always an idea to keep the environment in mind. We see so many business printing far too much of what they don’t actually need and it ends up being wasted. Remember quality over quantity should always come first. Be practical and ethical in your marketing collateral, and consider the environment first. Ask us how we can help you stand out with some unique print ideas.
Paper choice is maybe the single most important decision you’ll make when it comes to creating a great printed piece. It can have as much impact on the final product as ink and the design. It affects how, when, and where the printed piece can be used. It can also have a significant effect on price at higher quantities, let us help you pick the right paper for your job.
Most designers have experienced issues with getting colours in print to match what’s on screen at some point in their professional life. Colour is something we take for granted, so when things don’t turn out as expected it can be confusing and frustrating trying to troubleshoot the problem. Thankfully we have a background in print and can utilise our experience.