Before beginning your business signage or graphics project, we need to obtain as much information as possible from you before we start. This way we can not only optimize our ability to maintain the quality of the artwork you send us, but also stream line the design and manufacturing process, which saves you money.
Once you understand the artwork requirements and formats preferred, you can go back to our quote page, and send your graphics along with other information you feel is important for us to be aware of with regard to your project.
Artwork generated from the following software are acceptable:
The following are general guidelines you can follow to prepare you images before sending to us via the quote page. Note the following steps are not necessary if you do not know how to do them yourself. If you are having difficulty, you can send this page to your graphic artist, or we will do it for you during production:
The acceptable file format types for Standard Die-cut stickers are the following:
If you are choosing to send a Photoshop .JPG or .TIFF file, make sure you have flattened all layers to avoid losing any text, or graphical element during the transfer process.
Scale your image to at least half the desired print size so when re-scaled to print ready format, we do not lose any significant amount of image resolution and clarity.
If you are having any difficulty with the above requirements, send a note to email@example.com and we’ll do our best to assist you in the process.