Digital foiling, AKA sleeking, has taken off in recent years as a cost-effective alternative to traditional foil stamping. In this post we’ll discuss how digital foiling works, some design tips on how to use it, and how it compares to traditional methods.
All about perfect binding; when to use it, what it’s best suited for, and how to work with it!
Some thoughts regarding the question, “how much are business cards?”
Colour matching for print probably doesn’t sound that complicated. Or is it? You’ve designed yourself a nice brochure, slapped your logo on it and a couple of photos and sent it off to the printer. You spent ages choosing the right shade of millennial pink. Then you get your precious prints back and that pink is now more Barbie™ than pastel.
Choosing paper stock for your print job can be just as important as the design itself! But how do you know what paper stock to choose?
Brochure printing is one of the most useful and versatile forms of print marketing. Flyers are useful for mass marketing, but a brochure is often specifically aimed at someone who is already interested.
You’ve got them on the hook, now it’s time to reel them in!
The question “what is offset printing?” is usually followed by, “which is better between offset and digital printing?”
Both methods are valid! There are circumstances that determine whether one method is more suitable for you than the other, such as volume, colour reproduction, and paper choice. In this post we will explain a bit about offset printing.
The story of how MJ Printing rose from one man’s ambition to one of the most trusted print suppliers in Melbourne! Complete with success, drama, growth, and saladas.
All the information you need to know on stapled booklets, also known as saddle-stitched. Complete with a healthy dose of diagrams!