Finding the right design agency can be guaranteed by asking just five questions. Answer these before you even start looking at design agencies.
You have had your brochure designed and then the designer supplies you with a digital and ‘print ready’ PDFs, so why have they done this and what is the difference?
It’s important to choose the right file formats for images to get the best results. However you want your files, you should probably research the formats you need for whatever you want to do with them. To help you make sense of them, we’ve compiled a list of file formats and their various uses. So, […]
RGB and CMYK colour formats – does it matter what I use?
Whether you’re just about to start your design project or in the finalising stages, specifying colours you want can get complicated as there are many systems involved that display the colour you want differently.
If you’ve ever briefed a designer to create a promotional brochure for your company they may have asked you for your logo as vector-based graphics, but what is this?
Our clients come to us at Toast asking us to design their logo or brand but what is the difference?
When dealing with brochure designers you might get asked to supply your images as ‘hi-res’.
When sending artwork to a printer you might get a response from them that they need the artwork to include crop marks and bleed. So what do they mean and why do you need to add them?
So you’ve instructed a designer to create an engaging brochure for your company but don’t have any images you can provide them because you simply don’t have any or the ones you have are not suitable for print (hi-res).
You brief a design agency to create your company brochure for you. You’re really happy with the results, however, later down the line you need to update some of the information and make edits. How do I edit my brochure?
When working with a designer on your latest brochure, you will probably need to send them multiple and or large image files. How can you do this without clogging up yours and their email accounts with Large Multiple Files?