Digital Printing vs Traditional Offset Printing: Which Is Better?

The short answer to this question is that it depends greatly on your time frame, your budget, and what material you need to print on. But there are a lot of more specific caveats to both digital printing and traditional offset printing. Each one comes with its own pros, cons, and quirks, so if you’re not sure which one to use for your next printing job, let this article help you make the best decision for your needs and wants.

Reasons to Use Professional Printers Instead of Printing in the Office

Every office churns out stacks upon stacks of letters and copies and documents all day long. Not only are the employees hard at work, but the office printers never get a moment’s rest. There is an alternative to printing every piece of paper at the office, however, that could greatly benefit you and the company. Using professional printers is the smarter option for your business, for several reasons.

Why Have Commercial Printing Needs Handled by a Pro?

Commercial printing can be a big job, and if you don’t have the knowledge or the equipment to take care of it, it’s probably best for you to go to a professional. You may be resistant to the idea; bringing a project to someone else can drive up your costs, and you may not be able to exert as much control over the final result as you’d like.

What Colors Should I Choose for My Vinyl Banners

If you’re looking for a great way to advertise your business, a vinyl banner is the way to go. They’re eye catching and hard to miss when people are out and about. It’s the perfect way to get some publicity. Also, they’re not as common forms of advertisements...

Congratulations to our Latest Scholarship winner!

Congratulations to our 2016 scholarship winner, Jessica Van Oyen! Jessica is a distinguished honor student at California State University, Fullerton and is pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a concentration in graphic design.

Business Cards Still Matter in the Digital Age

First impressions matter. As long as that’s true, business cards can make your first impression a strong one. No matter how much technology moves business online, a business card, eye contact, and a firm handshake are irreplaceable.

Pandemic Creates Need for Building Signs

As we all try to navigate our way through the Corona pandemic, it’s important to let customers know whether your business is open or closed, what hours you may be open and if there are any restrictions with people entering your premises....