Graphics & Printing

01 Design

At Custom Printing and Graphics we stay true to our name. We have a team of experienced professional graphic designers that can create your vision to life. The design aspect of your marketing campaign represents your company, we want you to place your best foot forward! Whether it’s designing a logo or creating a brochure, having professional artwork is critical for your business. Everything will be customized to your satisfaction. We have numerous graphic design services… – Brochures, Business Cards, Booklets& Catalogues, Flyers etc.. – Corporate Branding: Logo & Stationary – Web Design – Packaging & Labels – Trade Show Materials: Booth, Roll Up Banners, Corporate Stationary etc.. We all live busy lives & time is of the essence. Our team ensures that we will have a quick turnaround to help you meet your deadlines. Need a customized design? Contact us for a complimentary consultation.


Things to keep in mind before printing your Jobs

Tips For Printing Brochures, Magazines, Catalogs and Books Brochure and magazine printing – offset printing

it’s a brochure, direct mail piece, book, or catalog, at some point you will need us to meet your company’s marketing needs. Being prepared and knowing some printing requirements will help save you time and money.

Listed below are most important items to keep in mind when preparing commercial printing jobs. You must know the Differences between Printed Materials Each different type of product requires different finishing and bindery functions. Because of this, the layout of files will be different depending on your final product.


Printing Specs

When getting a print estimate and preparing your printing job, you will need to make sure to give your printer all relevant  specs. To provide the proper specifications you will need to address the following concerns.

Prepress –

You will need to provide any necessary fonts used with your job file. You will need to identify any spot colors, varnishes, or coatings. You will also have to identify the weight and type of paper your project will use.