We offer high-quality booklets of various sizes and page lengths. Catalogs are an ideal tool for soft selling. All the shown booklets are saddle-stitched. Our booklets can either be handed out or be mailed by themselves open as they are or be included in an envelope with other material. Request a custom quote if you do not see the options on the price calculator.
These books are printed digitally and therefore are economical for quantities up to 500 or 1000. For larger quantities, our booklets printed on offset press will be more cost-effective.
- File format: We only accept PDF file format.
- Bleed/Edge to Edge Printing: All brochures regardless of size require a 1/16" bleed on all 4 sides. See more.
- Safety zone: We highly recommend having at least a 1/4" clear area on all four sides and placing all text at least 1/4" away from all edges.
- Fonts: Make sure all fonts have been outlined in your artwork so they don't change on the final print. See more.
- Color setting: Your files must be created in CMYK format; we print in CMYK ONLY. Make sure you set up your artwork or convert to CMYK format before uploading files, this will enable you to view the best color representation on your final printed piece. See more.
- Resolution: To have high-quality print, your photos and graphics should have at least a 300 DPI. See more.
- Small borders: We highly discourage outer borders smaller than 1/8", see more. We cut several stacks of sheets at a time, the slightest imperfection in the cut with jobs with very thin borders becomes obvious and can appear incorrect on final piece.
- Rich black ink: If you'd like your final printed piece to have the deepest black color, use the following formula: C=60, M=40, Y=40, K=100. If you leave K=100 it will still be black but not as deep. See more.
- Crossovers: Crossovers are images or elements that are connecting in the center spine from left to right. We do crossover but certain rules must be taken into consideration. Do not put text, faces, or small artwork in the crossover; do not place elements in the crossover where the bindery must be flawless. Try to use larger elements in the crossover so subtle shifts won’t be as obvious.