DESIGN IS TEAMWORK
A good graphic design incorporates creativity, branding, and clarity with beautiful aesthetics.
Our graphic design team has decades of experience helping individuals, large and small business in conveying a clear and powerful message that gets results.
Our graphic designers understand your needs and goals to communicate ideas that inspire, inform, and captivate consumers and the community. They can work with your sketch or start from scratch to develop the overall layout for production.
We design for various applications such as vinyl banners, realty signs, company fleet graphics, and interior/exterior wall graphics.
Our seasoned professional designers will incorporate key design principles, highlight the stand-out facets of your image and brand, and create one-of-a-kind designs that are sure to turn heads.
Attention to detail ensures that your design is not only eye-catching but executed perfectly.
Our graphic designers’ technical knowledge and experience ensure a proper fit for vehicle wraps, accurate sizing for signage, and exacting color matching. We make sure that your message is delivered in a professional way.
Our designers are available for your custom project or can take your existing design and make sure it is executed correctly.
WHAT IS WIDE FORMAT?
Wide-format printing, also known as large-format, is a term in the print industry to refer to print jobs that require devices that can handle sheets wider than traditional presses can handle – typically 24 inches or wider.
Most wide format projects are done on our flatbed printer that boards 8 feet by 4 feet of material. Even more impressive is our AGFA Jeti Titan flatbed. It can execute custom products up to 122 inches by 79 inches in surface area (5 x 10 feet).
We also have a banner roll-to-roll in-house that can print up to 10 feet wide and indefinite lengths. By stitching multiple pieces together we can beautifully craft custom size jobs.
IMAGE SIZE, BLOW-UPS, AND QUALITY SPECS
What is the ideal image size and resolution for for a project?
The answer to that question depends on the “ideal viewing range” of your print job.
Prints that people will view up close like yard signs and car wraps need to be optimal 300 dpi.
At the other end of the spectrum, billboards and large signage do not need to be of as high resolution to view since they will be seen from afar.
We prefer vector or EPS art since it has lossless properties, meaning we can scale it to any size without losing any of the data or detail.
There are cases though where a vector cannot be used – like when you want to use a photograph in your design.
Our graphic design team uses state-of-the-art fractal technology when needed to scale artwork and avoid as much pixelation as possible.
As always, it is best to work with original photos without blowing up pixel ratios. The common resolution quality for close-up work is 300 dpi, and can be as low as 150 dpi for giant graphics like billboards. Photos off good camera/phones are generally 76-180 Dpi.
You do not need to understand everything about dpi (dots per inch) lpi (lines per inch) or ppi (pixels per inch) since our graphic design team knows and will help set up your file appropriately.
BENEFITS OF WORKING WITH OUR DESIGN TEAM:
- Attention to detail (easy fix/correct)
- Pantone® color matching
- Master files remain safe in our system for repeat jobs and edits or corrections
- Design with product material and installation in mind