Whether you are creating artwork for business cards, letterheads or even CD inlays, it may be easier than you think to create the designs yourself. Whilst the best designers will have very specialised programs to create, edit and tweak any design, even with very simple programs (many of which can be downloaded for free or at a very low cost), very effective and attractive designs can be easily created.
So long as you know what you want, you may well be the person best placed to create your own artwork and doing so is likely to save you huge amounts of money in the long run. Whilst you might not know your CMYK from your LMAO, the best companies to offer banner, card or booklet printing will also have a wide range of resources helping you to understand how best to present any artwork you create.
In the majority of cases this will involve converting RGB (Red, Green and Blue) into CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Keyline Black) as well as simply saving your files in the correct format (PDF is usually the best option) and ensuring the right amount of bleed space has been left around all designs.
Even very simple programs can create the designs you need for everything from your business cards to in-depth booklet printing and the right companies will be able to not only help you convert such designs into the right formats, but will also be able to take those designs and refine them for you if your technological knowledge is not up to scratch.
So, if you know exactly what you want, save money on your designs and do them yourself. The right printing company will be able to turn those designs into the perfect products that you need in no time at all.
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