Frequently Asked Questions - print and design

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What creative design services do you offer?

Our creative designers offer you:

  • Logo design
  • Business card CD design
  • Stationery design
  • Bespoke business card cd packaging design
  • Business Card CD printed mailer design
  • Website design
  • 3D design
  • Uniquely made & printed polypropylene presentation cases/folders

What colour can I print my business card cd?

Your card can be printed in any colour. You can choose to print your colour scheme on a white, silver or clear base. This will give you the desired result you want to achieve.

How do I choose a colour for you to print onto the business card cd?

You can choose the print colour for your business card cd face in step 5 of the step-by-step guide; you will see a colour picker button. Press this & select your colour choice. Please note RGB will look brighter than printed CMYK as it is viewed through a light source i.e. your monitor.

Is there any way you can make the print colour seem brighter?

Spot colours can be made up for an extra charge. A spot colour is a custom mixed ink colour used in printing. A separate plate is used to print each spot colour. Pantone is a commonly used spot colour matching system. If you would like us to match any colours from screen colours or would like to purchase a pantone swatch to choose you own please contact us.

What is the difference between a print logo and a web logo?

Print logos require a much higher resolution (i.e., pixels per inch) to create and need to be saved in certain standard print file formats. Some of the most common and universal print formats for print jobs are TIFF, JPG, BMP, EPS, and Adobe Acrobat PDF. Business Card CD supplies you with all the printing formats you will ever need.

Web logos, on the other hand, require a much smaller resolution as they only need to be displayed on the screen. At business card cd we use JPG or GIF that help to keep file sizes down. Because web logos are so small in file size, they are not a good choice for printing, as the quality will appear very blurred or jagged on paper.

What resolution should web & print graphics be?

Print graphics should be between 300-350 dpi (dots per inch)
Web graphics should be 72 ppi (pixels per inch)

How do I supply graphics for designers?

You can supply all your own graphics, use business card cd partners – istock or you can let us design the whole project for you. If you want to send us graphics please use the upload form found on the forms page.