Graphic Design & Print
Struggling to get your ducks in a row?
If you’ve tried to do your own graphic design and it’s just not matching the vision in your head, don’t worry. We have the know how to get any amount of ducks to line up, lie down, roll over or dance the fandango.
If you want to convey a professional impression, get your marketing material professionally designed.
Do you know your bleed from your creep or your kerning from your leading? Good news – you don’t need to, that’s our our job! We’re passionate about good design and layout so you don’t have to be.
We’re also excellent proof readers and pedantic grammar nerds and we have access to copywriters and editors if you need every aspect of your project taken care of.
We design for both print and digital and have access to a range of printers across the UK so we can always source you a great deal.
- business cards
- books and book covers
- greeting cards
- swing tags
We are always happy to liaise with your local printer if you already have one. They may even give you a better price as we will send everything to them print ready.
Can we help you with design?
Call us during business hours, or email us if you are looking for help with a graphic design or print job.
PS – we didn’t want to leave you hanging so here’s the jargon busted!
If you’re curious, bleed, creep, kerning, and leading are all technical terms used in the print industry.
Bleed refers to the area beyond the final size of a printed piece that is trimmed off during the finishing process. If you want an image to go right to the edge, you need to ensure it extends into the bleed area.
Creep refers to the gradual shifting of pages in a multi-page document due to the thickness of the paper and is accounted for in the design process.
Kerning refers to the adjustment of the space between individual characters in a text block, while leading refers to the adjustment of the space between lines of text.
Understanding details like these is what allows us to produce high-quality and professional design work for you.