Despite the gloomy predictions of the end of print, brochures, catalogues, books, reports and packaging still need to appear In printed form as a tangible way to communicate and a physical representation of your ideas, products and brand.
You may want your literature to be printed digitally in short runs, personalised or made available as pdf downloads; technology will continue to provide new ways to reach your audience. Like vinyl in the download era, Print is still alive and kicking, an integral part of the marketing mix, provided it is on brand, carefully targeted and effectively produced.
Design for print
Advice on paper and materials
Special print techniques
For luxury products, special events and to make a first impression, the quality of your printed material will help you stand out from crowd, enhancing your brand. Where appropriate, using special techniques such as embossing, die cutting, foil blocking or letterpress can give your printed pieces additional tactile qualities.