Despite our ever increasing online world, there is still a need for printed documents. Just as vinyl records are seeing a revival, so is commercial printing. Thanks to advances in print technology, turnaround times have been significantly reduced. Most importantly, without any reduction in the quality of product.
People are still engaged by the tactile nature of printed pieces. Holding a physical document often feels more satisfactory, even special, than interacting with something on a device screen. And with so many recycled papers and non-chemical inks available, printed items can be very environmentally-friendly too.
Quarterly magazines, product brochures, exhibition panels, flyers, postcards and business cards are just some of the items that I’ve designed for my clients, and then had professionally printed. In addition, I’ve also developed document templates that can be printed internally, by clients, using their own equipment.
Once your project is ready to go to press I can either supply you with print-ready PDF files, or oversee it through production on your behalf. I find this approach provides my clients with the flexibility to use their own printer, or to commission one that I’ve already established a working relationship with.