Frequently Asked Questions
I have artwork ready and just need it printed. How do I send you my files?
To send files to Crestview Printing, log into Dropbox, upload your files into a new folder, and then share them with email@example.com. Be sure to include all fonts, images, and links to your artwork. Once you are finished, email Art and Nicole with your file name and information.
What files do you need to print my logo in detail?
For printing, vector logos are the best file to send us when we are designing any print item for you whether it is a paper printed item such as a business card, restaurant menu, or form to screen printing on shirts. If your designer or art department has given you many files, we would prefer a .ai, .eps, or .svg file.
Will this thumbnail image from our website work?
Unfortunately most website logos are saved as small jpeg images and do not provide enough detail to print. They look good on your screen but look bad when we print them.
I've heard about 'crops and bleeds' but have no idea what those are.
Crop Marks "Crops" and Bleeds allow us to print color to the edge of the paper without having any white borders on your document. When designing a document for print, the 'bleed' will extend the background 1/8"(.125") beyond the edge of the document on all 4 sides. If your document is 3.5" wide by 2" tall", the new document size with correct bleed will be 3.75" wide by 2.25" tall when we print it. The crop marks will just indicate where to cut the document.
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