* All graphic files must be built at minimum 150 dpi at the final graphic print size.
* All graphic files must be created using CMYK mode to ensure the best color matching.
* It is best to flatten all images and outline all text to ensure that nothing will drop out or change during file transfer.
* When submitting the files for one consistent layout over two or more panels, be sure to create the file as one image. DO NOT SEPARATE each panel into its own separate file.
You need to ensure all supporting images, files and fonts are included. A minimum resolution of 150dpi (CMYK color) at the full printed size is required (1:1 scale). We recommend you supply us images in the highest resolution possible as this will provide the best quality result for your banner.
Note: Photoshop files/scans/images should be 600 dpi at ¼ of the size. This will avoid any pixilation of the image due to low-resolution.
Where possible ALL text should be converted to outlines/paths/curves in your design software thus preventing your font inadvertently being replaced with a similar one.
Attach all relevant fonts including those used in supporting imported or placed files. Please note that Mac fonts usually comprise a printer font and a screen font - we require both of these.
Remember to include sufficient image area on all edges where images or color bleed (print over the edge).
We will try to match as closely as possible but be aware that some Pantone, Florescent or Special colors are not exactly achievable by CYMK process.