Artwork Guidelines

There are 2 main graphic file formats in the world of graphic design and printing industry are Vector and Bitmap (or raster graphics). Raster images, such as PNG or JPG, are fine in many cases, but very often you will need a more scalable format especially when your artwork have large text and line arts.

A printed image will never look 100% as the original files, but our experts of Graphics and Printing industrial can give you the best tips from their experiences: 

1/- Don't work on your file in RGB mode when editing on Illustrator or Photoshop.

2/- CMYK is a right mode for printing outputs.

3/- RGB mode is the best for web.

4/- Get your color pantone chart if you're a graphic designer or really serious about the colors.

  • COLOR: If you use Pantone color in your artwork files, please change them to CMYK for accurate color wanted.
  • FONTS: We do not accept font files, please convert all fonts to outlines before upload.
  • RESOLUTION: Artwork files should be 300 dpi for commercial printing outputs. 150dpi for digital printing.
  • FILE FORMATS: We accept High Resolution PNG, JPEG, PDF, TIFF, AI, EPS, PSD. 
  • DESIGN: In house graphic design service fee of $75 per hour, please send your inquire if needed.
  • PROOFS: PDF proofs can be requested but are not required, we print with print ready files, so PDF proofs would be a PDF version of your full size artwork just to make sure we have the right artwork.

Save file to PDF formats from the following Software applications:

Power Point application: You can save your PowerPoint presentation as PDF or by choosing Enhanced Windows Metafile (.emf) for file format when save as.

Microsoft Word application: Click 'File menu on top left to select 'Export' > select PDF/XPS Document > Click Create and save file.