A letterhead is an integral part of your marketing collateral and is used to convey a message to the recipient, whether that be a letter to a potential customer or an internal notice to your staff. As it’s such a strong reflection of your business, it’s important you include a few key things on them.
As an integral part of communication, your company letterhead should be well-thought-out - after all, they’re one of the most important pieces of printed collateral for your business!
Just like a picture is worth a thousand words, your photography business card says a lot more than who you are and what you do - it’s a reflection of your image and is a perfect opportunity to showcase your skills and what you can offer your customers.
Let's talk about these two different print processes and the pros and cons of CMYK vs Pantone. What are the differences between CMYK and Pantone printing? We discuss often with our clients the use of Pantone vs CMYK, by offering always advice on which system use case by case.
You may have seen over on our socials that we have started a new series called ‘Tuesday Tips’. This is where we share what we have learned in the world of business, marketing, design and print. We have enough experience in these sectors to know what works and what doesn’t. Whilst we will be continuing this series over on our social media accounts (@Boldcoloursuk if you want to follow) we thought we would put together a little blog post highlighting some common design mistakes and how to avoid them. So without further ado, lets get into it!
We could talk for hours about printing. It’s what we do. However, we realise that it can be extremely overwhelming for someone who doesn’t know much about our field when we start throwing words and acronyms like bleed and GSM around. So we have thought long and hard about this, and have put together a guide of what we believe are the most common printing words and phrases that you need to know. Let’s dive in.
Not all of us are professional graphic designers with a fancy degree to prove it. That being said, we all want our printed products to look nice and professional, just on a budget. That’s why we have put together our best tips and tricks for making your design look as professional as possible, without going to art school.
We’ve scoured the internet so that you don’t have to in order to find the best tips for working from home, as it’s very quickly become the norm. We’ve come up with 8 tips to help you. It’s worth noting that obviously different things work for different people, but these are the tips that work for us.
Personalised duplicate invoice books are customised two parts NCR books printed with your specific design and layout. Let's talk about their benefits.
Compliments Slips are a professional way, used by businesses of any size, on a daily basis, to express acknowledgement and to communicate with valued clients, customers and business partners.