Understanding the differences between imprint methods can be overwhelming, especially if printing jargon isn’t a part of your everyday vocabulary. Are you wondering if your product would look better with a screen print or foil print? How about embossed or with an epoxy dome? Not even sure what all of that means? You’ve come to the right place!
To take the pain out of decision making and to help you better understand the most common printing terms you might encounter while placing an order, we’ve put together a handy “imprint methods defined” guide to make your ordering process as easy as possible.
Our friends at design firm Company Folders have put together a fantastic tool to share with you today—and it’s probably a little different from your normal fare. They’ve made the ultimate web designer’s guide to imprint methods.
If you’re thinking that sounds a little counterproductive, not to worry. Many web designers don’t realize just how important it is to understand the basics of printing until they encounter a project that forces them to learn on the fly. That could be creating their own business cards or making some marketing materials to match a client’s new website. Regardless, you don’t want to be caught off guard.
Printing mistakes can cost you hundreds or even thousands of dollars and waste precious production time. So you’ll need to know how to pick the best imprint methods and options at the outset of your project. This guide will walk you through the decision-making process and even show you examples of awesome print designs.
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