Please take care when creating and supplying your artwork, as we can't be responsible for spelling mistakes.
If you would like us to check your artwork we can get one of our team to check over your artwork to see if it will print OK, or if there is enough bleed etc. If you would like us to do this please email us here - Please Check My Artwork.
If you don't have a commercial package available to you, you may be interested in using an open source publishing package such as SCRIBUS, which can use the CMYK colour space and export as PDF.
1. We prefer artwork supplied as print ready PDFs, but we are aware that some customers cannot always supply this. We can accept artwork in various formats, please click on the types below for help regarding some common formats -
Most proper desktop publishing software allows the use of the CMYK colour model, specifically meant for printing. Artwork supplied CMYK will not need to be converted before we send your PDF proof for approval.
Packages such as Microsoft Word only work in RGB and therefore do need to be converted, hence there will more than likely be a colour shift when the PDF proof is sent through.
A quick comparison of the two colour spaces can be found here - wiki
A more detailed description of the CMYK colour model can be found here - wiki, with reference to the differences between RGB and CMYK.
We cannot be held responsible for colour differences if the original artwork is supplied RGB.
3. Bleed on artwork
If you want your flyer to have colour or pictures all the way to the edge of your flyer, then you need to supply the artwork with the correct amount of bleed.