The Ultimate End Product

When you combine our digital printing capabilities with our prepress expertise, you can be assured you’ll end up with a final marketing/communications piece that absolutely makes an impact on your client or audience. Over the years, Design Printing has collaborated with clients on a vast collection of printed work with elaborate graphics including book covers, business stationery, posters, invitations, event programs and catalogues, many of which have garnered awards within the print industry. We’d love to help you design your next remarkable print piece.

Make a Good Imppression

You’ve heard it time and time again. Put your best foot forward with each and every effort! That’s what we’re here to help you do. The first impression you make with a customer may come from something as simple as a business card or post card or a highly involved piece like a product catalog. Design Printing has been consulting with clients for years, helping them to enhance existing pieces and, in some cases, initiate and advance a bold, new branding campaign with their communication materials.

Customize It

What sets you apart from your competitors? Likely, the customized nature of your product or service. And so it is with your promotional materials. Take a customized approach to the design of your communications, and clients take notice. Design Printing offers any number of customization options including foil stamping, embossing or die cutting. Each brings dimension and elegance to an otherwise straightforward piece. Foil stamping, a metallic embellishment, for example, immediately draws the eye to the messaging, whether it’s an annual report or invitation to a gala awards dinner.

Words with Style

Words are great, but if those words have no style, they’ll never be read. We’re all familiar with the most common font types – Arial, Helvetica, Times New Roman – but it’s a Copperplate Gothic or Edwardian Script that stands out in a crowd. Did you know the Coca-Cola logo design was not created from a typeface, but from a handwriting style, now known as Spencerian Script? In fact, many of the font styles used in advertising and promotions are custom creations, putting a whole new spin on wordsmithing.


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