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Which type of lamination should I choose?

So you’re deciding on the finish of your chosen material and when it comes to lamination there’s plenty to choose from! We take a look at the different types of lamination in more detail, so you can make the best choice for your custom printed product.

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The Difference Between Flat Size And Finished Size

A lot of printed products sometimes provide two sizes on their descriptions: Flat Size and Finished Size. The two can be widely different dimensions, and this often leads to confusion. As such, one of our most frequently asked questions is – what’s the difference?

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The Psychology Of Font

So you’ve designed your artwork, chosen your colours and decided on your text… now you need to pick your font. It’s well-known that colours hold various connotations – red can denote danger or passion, orange often represents anger, blue can mean depression, nature or calmness, pink often symbolises fun and vitality and purple is synonymous with luxury (check out our blog on colour use here). However, did you know that font also holds various symbolic meaning, and can evoke its own connotations in readers? Read on to find out more!

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Better Printing Christmas 2020

2020 hasn’t been the best year for anyone and quite frankly, we could all do with a very Merry Christmas! Give you valued customers and clients a bit of festive cheer by sending out a variety of joyous, jolly and jovial marketing materials!

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Black Friday 2020

Nowadays, we associate the term ‘Black Friday’ with shoppers keenly looking for a pre-Christmas bargain, but it wasn’t always the case. The first recorded use of the phrase was actually referring to a financial crisis. When the U.S gold market crashed on September 24th 1869, the term was born. More recently, the phrase was coined by American citizens for the day after Thanksgiving, which is always celebrated in the States on the fourth Thursday of November. Consequently, Black Friday marks the beginning of the Christmas shopping season for many in America, and it’s a tradition that we in the UK have adopted in recent years.

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