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Printinshop has its own in-house design team, but if you are choosing to supply your own artwork we need you to follow a few basic rules to make sure we meet your deadlines and standards. Getting everything absolutely right at the start of the process ensures you receive quality print at the end of it.

Supplying Artwork
 

To achieve the highest quality print it is important for artwork to be supplied to the highest possible standard. High quality artwork will result in high quality print. The information below gives some guidance on artwork preparation but pleasecontact us if you require help in preparing your files for print.

Proofing


We assume that the files you send us have been proofed by you and are ready for printing.  This means you have checked the document for all spelling and grammatical errors, colour issues, layout and design BEFORE sending us your artwork.  With this in mind you will not need to receive any further proofs from us.  Although we will do our best to ensure that the files you send us are set up correctly, if you follow the guidance you should not have any issues. If we have provided you with a proof, Printinshop can not be held responsible for any errors or omissions that occur after this has been approved.

Use our Technical Guide that helps you create your own Artwork as it helps you to make your artwork perfect and ready for us to print.



Do you want our designers to create artwork for you?


Please read carefully all the requirements that we need to process your request.
Please provide our designers all the necessary information in detail and they will do the rest:
If you have a clear idea of what you are looking for please provide as much description as you can as this will help them get as close to what you are looking for the first time.
The more you are able to tell us the more likely we will produce a design you are happy with the first time. Please note, it is important to give us all the information you can at this point as after an initial proof it could cost you extra for a redesign.