Guides & Briefs
If you’ve got your own design, we’re more than happy to print it for you. This guide will help you design your leaflets, posters and whatever else you might need to a standard that’s print-ready. This means you won’t end up getting any extra charges for any tweaking we might have to do before pressing the print button.We would prefer to receive artwork as a PDF as this gives the best results. However we do accept the following file formats, but please be aware if the artwork provided is not print ready as stated in this guide a charge may be incurred to adjust it. We accept the following software: CorelDRAW, Corel PHOTO-PAINT, Corel Ventura, PDF, QuarkXpress, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Fireworks, Xara, EPS, Postscript Files (PS), Fineprint, JPEG, GIF, TIF, BMP.
Unfortunately, some of the most widely used software is the most difficult to print from. Every individual document is different, but the following formats will probably need adjusting to make them print-ready, so we may have to apply a small charge: Microsoft Word, Publisher, PowerPoint. Various Other Less Common Formats
This will give the designer an outline of the what your website requirements are. The brief is a critical part of the design process. It helps develop trust and understanding between the you and designer – and serves as an essential point of reference for both parties. Above all, the design brief ensures that important design issues are considered and questioned before the designer starts work saving you time and money.
DS Copywriting Brief 2019This brief is just the instructions and information our copywriter needs to understand who they are speaking to and what needs to be achieved. The copy you get is only as good as the brief that you provide – so ensure it is detailed and answers all the questions.