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We're Here to Help

We've gathered some of our most helpful resources and tips to help you with your next design.









Printing Resources

These are our favorite tools and resources for designing beautiful prints. 



How to Work Best with your Commercial Printer (PDF)

Stock Photos


Istockphoto •  Paid royalty-free stock photos, vector art illustrations, stock footage and audio for print, web design, and presentations.


Unsplash •  Free, high quality stock photos that are royalty-free.


Remove Photo Backgrounds • Remove the background of your photos in seconds.

Color + Palette 

- • Coolors is a free website that allows you to find and create custom palettes and gradients, while giving you access to all of the color codes you need.

Colorable • Check your background and font colors to ensure accessibility for web and print.



Google Fonts •  Search and download entire font families for free.

Font Joy • Visualize perfect font pairings so all of your designs look professional.


Materials Design •  Materials Design is technically for web design, but this site breaks down everything you need to know to get started creating your layouts.

Adobe •  Both Adobe Indesign (for print layout) and Adobe Illustrator (for general design creation using vectors and images) are essential for creating your layouts. 

Paper Sizes • A comprehensive guide to all print sizes accompanied by multiple units of measurement and different country options.


You've got questions; we've got answers.

How can I place an order?

We accept orders through our Quote Request form, by emailing, or by phone at 502-584-5232.

What is a bleed, and when do I need one?

Bleeds refer to when an image or background color extends beyond the edge of the print. If this is the case with your project, then you will need to add a bleed. We require an eighth inch (0.125") added to each side of your artwork to allow for cutting. For example, the artwork submitted for an 8.5"x11" letter with a bleed will be 8.75"x11.25". It will then be trimmed to the desired 8.5"x11".

What file types do you accept?

Adobe Illustrator (Ai), Tiff, Adobe Photoshop (PSD), JPEG, PDF, and Adobe InDesign (Indd)

What resolution should my images be?

To ensure your photos come out clear, your resolution must be set to 300 DPI. Anything lower than that, you risk a pixelated photo. With graphics, it is best to use vectors and not images.

Will I get to see a proof before print?

In most cases, we will be able to provide you with a physical proof before we start printing. Otherwise, you will receive a PDF proof, from which we will need your approval before we print.

What if I find an error after it's printed? Will I get a refund?

Our proofing process is to ensure that everything looks good and all of the information is correct. If something is missed but is approved to print, then unfortunately we cannot issue a refund. We are happy to work with you to find a solution that works for you. 

What if I'm not happy with the print?

We are committed to making sure your experience and prints are spot-on! If you aren't happy with your final products, then please call or email us, and we'll make it right.

Other questions?
Let's chat.


Thank you!

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