MAXIMUM LOGO PRINT AREA
Maximizing your brand/logo effect is very important to create the greatest impact to your target audience. Each and every corporate gifts and promotional gifts supplied from us vary in terms of surface, maximum print area and suitable printing method for its uniqueness and characteristics. For example, a metal surface case is best to go with laser engraving instead of silkscreen/UV print. However, silkscreen print method can be used if there are specific corporate colour codes to comply. It is advisable to consult your experienced designers or reliable brand developers to illustrate an idea for the most suitable imprint size based on the product type and size that you have chosen.
Artwork / Design / Logo Format
What is a Vector file? Vector file is an editable file in a few commonly used designing software namely Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Corel Draw, etc.. These vector files can remain editable using these designing software for the colour code, text or other elements within the graphic.
With images that contain text that are saved as a JPEG, JPG, PNG or GIF, you will not be able to reopen and edit the text. The clarity of the images extracted from raw vector files depend on the resolution selected which are normally set at 300 dpi as a base in order to generate a clear visual.
It is not recommended for customers to use pixelated or blur image file for film exposure or for programming purpose. This is to avoid discrepancy in areas of logo design, distorted outlines or loosing of the originality of font style.
International Colour Code Standard
What is Pantone Colour Code?
The Pantone Colour Matching System is widely used and recognized by most of the businesses in printing industry. By standardizing the colours, different manufacturers and sub-contractors from different location or with different facility can all refer to the PantoneChart system to make sure colours are matched.
In compliance to corporate identity specification, it is vital for customers to provide Pantone Colour Code as set by your logo designer or brand developer. Basic colours such as black & white are exceptional and no Pantone Code is required.