What is recommended artwork file specification?

Bleed: Refer to the specified bleeding requirements from the product description.

Accepted file types: PDF (recommended), EPS, PNG or JPEG

Recommended resolution: 300dpi for all images

Colours must be either CMYK or Grey Scale (i.e no RGB, Pantone or Spot Colours)

All fonts must be embedded or converted to curves

Borders and type must be within safe zone as variations may occur when trimming

Ensure your artwork matches your order specifications

Is my online payment secure and safe?

All online payments are made via our secure payment gateway PayPal. All payments take place over encrypted pages through the servers of the payment gateway provider. PayPal is a leading online payment provider used all around the world. Please note that none of our payment gateways divulge your credit card information to anyone, including us at printing.com, so you can rest assured that your billing details are safe.

How do I upload my design?

Once you’ve decided which signage works best for your business and going to add your selection to your shopping cart, you can upload your artwork from the product page. You can also upload your artwork later by sending email to [email protected] by specifying your Order ID

What information should I include on my sign?

Great business signs can tell people a lot about what you’re offering without actually including a huge amount. After all, pictures can tell a thousand words – so why not consider using a logo or a drawing to represent what your brand stands for?<br/ >

It’s also important to get the use of colors right. Not only do you want to make sure you stand out, you’ll want to make sure that passers-by pay attention to any text or imagery you’re using.<br/ >

And what about the text? Well, it’s essential to include what your business does or exactly what you want someone to get from your sign. Research has shown that 75% of people driving down the street pick out a key word from a sign the first time they pass it. So, make sure they do!<br/ >

You might also want to consider including a catchy slogan, contact details and a call-to-action.<br/ >