You’re in good hands with Belle Design & Print.
We’ve provided some common issues and concerns our customers have
when deciding on their printing requirements.
Please download and read our supplying artwork guidelines
so your job can whizz through and be produced without any hiccups.
Often the most cost-effective solution for those who need smaller quantities, with a fast turnaround. Digital printing allows for a broader scope of flexibility in production.
For personalised content, just send us a database and we’ll create prints unique to each of your customers.
Our more specialist printing process, lithography is perfect for any job that requires longer runs with a higher quality finish.
To create unique colours, we mix inks which are bespoke to your specific design and brand. We can print in CMYK (four colour process) or in particular Pantone colours, so our lithography printing always ensures your brand colours are consistent across all your printed materials.
Choosing papers & boards.
Deciding the paper on which to print your design can help give your brand its own personality.
How do you decide?
This is where we can help. We offer a huge range of materials to suit your design and we’re happy to help with choosing the most complementary for your brand.
For example, we have customers who like a gloss finish to maximise the colours of their products. Others prefer silk as it offers a very smooth, elegant feel. Those who want a rustic, quirky edge, we advise a textured material for an organic look.
Regardless of your budget, your industry or the style you’re wanting to portray, we’ve got the right paper samples, shades, textures and finishing elements to give your printing that unique edge.
Just let us know the style that you’re looking to achieve with your printing and we’ll happily give you some recommendations - we can also dispatch samples to you.
While we can describe our materials down to the minute detail, the simplest and most immediate way to test the mark of quality is to handle a selection yourself.
That’s why we recommend trying before you buy to gain some feedback from your colleagues and clients.
Tell us about your project.