We use all the latest DTP software in both PC and MAC formats.

Our experienced design team can fulfil all your design needs liaising with you every step of the way, be it simple business cards to a full colour catalogue. We can also design corporate logos for you or give your existing artwork a fresh new look.

New Media & E-brochures

Our design team is equally happy to create electronic brochures and designs for new media projects using state of the art software on Macs and PCs.

Supply Your Own Artwork

You are welcome to supply your own artwork, and we accept many different formats.

If possible and applicable please embed or include fonts, apply 3mm of bleed and all colours to be CMYK to avoid unwanted colour conversions from RGB (more information on setting files below). See below a list of a few of the most common file types.

  • High Resolution PDF (our most preferred format, with 3mm bleed if appropriate)
  • Indesign (inc. Fonts, images etc.)
  • Quarkxpress
  • Illustrator
  • Photoshop
  • PageMaker
  • Microsoft Publisher
  • or supply files in EPS or .ai format

We also use your files from Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel and many other programmes have export file types that we can use.

Please contact us and we will happily advise you.

Sending Large Files

You can simply email artwork to us or, if your artwork files are too large, please contact us for login details to upload your files to our file server. (The current limit is 100Mb per file)

Artwork Guidelines & Tips

We have put together a collection of hints and tips based on the questions we are regularly asked by our customers. Click a link below to download our guides:

Electronic Proofs

For electronic proofing we use pdf, if you don’t have acrobat reader please click here to download this free software.

Need Help?

Please telephone or email us if you are unsure of how to set up your artwork. Sometimes a quick conversation prior to you starting your design can avoid lengthy changes at a later date and a delay in the finished product.

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