Bespoke Holiday Photo Frames
We love these bespoke photo frames produced for a photographic promotions company. We produced two different designs, printed on a heavy board and die cut to create the shaped aperture and stands. The client is equally over the moon with these eye catching promotional pieces.
If you have a promotional print project on the go, please get in touch. We look forward to working with you.
Hammond & Dummer Creative
A great piece of creative from our studio for our Optician client Hammond & Dummer, let’s hope their customers “see” the funny side!
Raylight Brochure With Spot Varnish
Raylight were delighted with their new brochures. Featuring a stunning spot varnish to the front cover. It’s always nice to receive great feedback from customers…
Gail and I would like to thank you for printing the great brochure. Those that we have presented so far have been well received and with positive comments.
We would like to thank you for your input and suggestions, (especially the shiny bits on the front!), and the timely turn-around once we had eventually approved the draft prints and payment should clear your account today.
If you would like to use the brochure in your own promotional work then please feel free and please advise us if you do. I am assuming that you have a brochure of course but perhaps you would be good enough to show it to the ‘Fore Biz’ group when next you go.
And finally, we need to arrange a further follow-up meeting, I suggest somewhere green, tree-lined maybe? How about a golf course!
Does your business have a need for packaging?
Brian Cox Folders
Brian Cox folder, designed by our In house design team and printed with a solid special red. Die-cut to shape and Matt laminated to give a quality feel and improve the shelf life of the product. If you have a need for a beautiful folder to help promote your business please get in touch, our design team will be more than happy to assist you. We have lots of off the shelf options available, or can work with you to create something completely bespoke to your brand.
National Schools Regatta Annual Programme
Design for Print Hints & Tips
Design for Print Hints & Tips
At EGP we like to make sure out customers get the most “bang for their buck”, so we have compiled this list of Design for Print Hints & Tips…
1. Use Colour
There’s a reason most leaflets are full colour – research shows a 50-70% increase in retention of full colour leaflets over black and white. Perceived value is higher in your customer’s minds so they tend to keep hold of them longer.
2. Size Matters
It depends on what you’re using your leaflet for and where it’s going to be displayed, but conventionally, most leaflets tend to be A5 (folded down from A4 or A3 size) or DL size (1/3 A4 folded). Producing leaflets this size should make them fit in nicely with most distribution racks and are a convenient size for most readers. Sticking to these standard sized will also make economical use of our standard sheet sizes thus keeping your costs as low as possible.
3. Stiffer the Better
Floppy leaflets hide your message, slip from racks and might even get removed if they interfere with other leaflets. Make sure you print your leaflet on the right paper weight. Don’t make your leaflets too tall and fold them down the left hand side. If you need advice on paper weights just speak to our expert team.
4. Clear call to action
Check over your leaflet, make sure you’re clearly asking readers to take an action – then run through everything that they’ll want to see to take that action. Phone numbers, addresses, maps, opening times, email addresses, website addresses – can all be easily missed off.
5. Checks and proofs
Copy check again and again – and get someone else to have a look too. Spelling mistakes and bad sentence structure can put off readers and reduce comprehension of your sales message. If you’re self-checking, leave a good night’s sleep before you re-check; It’s amazing what a fresh pair of eyes will spot that you missed before.
EGP Love This Lego Printing Press
EGP are in love with this beautifully designed Lego Printing Press. Now we know where all those printed lego blocks come from.
We’re crossing our fingers that Lego decide to make this in to a production set so we can all have one on our desks. Great work Kovjonas.