Here are a few things to think about as you are filling out this form:
QuantityHow many finished pieces do you want? You don't need an exact number, but a ballpark figure will help us give you a better quote.
StockWhat kind of paper do you want your job printed on? Something glossy? Something matte? What kind of weight? If you don't know a specific weight, would the paper that you are envisioning be more like a postcard or a poster? There's nothing worse than having your postcards printed on poster paper (we promise they won't mail).
SizeIf you lay your job out flat, with no folds, how big is it?
ColorsFour colors (CMYK) are considered to be full color in printing terms. How many colors are you intending to use in your job?
BleedsFor most work that we do, whether you use bleeds in your job or not will have no impact on pricing. But it doesn't hurt to mention, just in case.
Additional ServicesDo you need us to do anything other than print your job and trim it out into individual pieces? Folding, scoring, binding, and mailing are some of the additional services to consider.
As anyone involved in marketing can tell you, publicity takes a lot of work. From the moment you hire a designer to the time when your customer inspects your material, you need to be conscious of the budget that you have to work with, as well as the impression you want to make. Whether you are ready to go to print tomorrow, or still looking at design options, we can help you maintain both your budget and that critical first impression.
We pride ourselves on providing excellent quality work at a reasonable and competitive rate.
We will of course contact you if we have any questions about your quote request.