We request all our artwork to be supplied as high resolution (300dpi).It is important that you prepare your PDF file in the correct way. There are options which must be set for printing
•Resolution (Choose High Resolution)
•Compression Settings (for colour and greyscale should be down sampled to 300dpi (with "auto compression" set on high.)
•Font Embedding (should be set to "embed all fonts")
Colour needs to be set as CMYK not RGB (RGB artwork will be converted to CMYK this could effect your colours).
Include all embedded images and convert all text to curves. Save as a eps file
Resolution Set to 300dpi when starting your new document Save file as either tiff or jpeg
Other files not listed above must be saved either as an eps of jpeg.
Please note if you require for us to make changes to your file (jpeg / eps), we would require you to re-supply new artwork as either a PSD, PDF or AI files as we are unable to make changes to flattered images (jpeg/ eps / tiff).
Our printers use a 4 colour ink process (CMYK). Please be aware that screen colours (RGB) may appear duller or lacking in contrast when printed.
We will not be responsible for colour changes if the design art is sent in RGB format instead of CMYK. When art is converted, colours may vary.