It uses the same 4 standardized base colors all the time (cyan, magenta, yellow and black)
Small dots of these colors are printed at different angles to create the printed image
The most widely used and cost effective color system in commercial printing
It’s significantly cheaper than toner based or digital printing for larger quantity runs
The use of color in print increases readership and information retention. Studies in a major publication revealed that the use of color increased readership by 40% or more. A university study showed a 65% increase in the retention of material when full color was used instead of black and white. See more research about why color matters in marketing.
Premium paper is sometimes referred to as designer paper, fancy paper, or specialty paper. Regardless of what you call these quality papers, Printing for Less is ready to help you decide which paper best suits your personal printing project.
Embossing is the process of using male and female etched dies (typically made of magnesium, brass or copper) and heat to raise or push letters or a design above the surface of a sheet of paper; it creates an eye-catching…