The term “artwork” refers to the finished look of your sign, it can also be referred to as “the design”. In order for your custom made sign to be created it must be first drawn in a graphic design program. Artwork can supplied by you or we can help draw it for you.
If you will be supplying your ready artwork, we need it to be “print ready”. This means the only thing we need to do with your file is “hit the print button”. Your print ready artwork must drawn to the finished sign size, scale and colours. Print ready artwork can only be accepted as a Vectorised EPS or an Outlined PDF file.
If you will be supplying part artwork, such as a logo that needs to be dropped into a sign, we can help with finishing the design. Artwork charges may apply – the cost to finish the design will be determined by how long it will take; for example a detailed design that will take a long time will cost more than a simple and fast design, some very basic custom designs may not cost you anything, please enquire. Note, when we use your supplied artwork or partly supplied artwork, the finish quality can only be as good as the file you have provided.
If you do not have any artwork, you have the choice of using any graphic designer of your choice or we can help with your design. If you would like us to create your design we need as much information as possible such as; size, orientation, colours, font sizes, layouts etc, the more information you can give, the faster and easier it will be. You can even send us a rough sketch with all your information. Artwork charges may apply – the cost to draw up your design will be determined by how long it will take, please enquire.
Once we have drawn your design we will send you a proof for your review and approval. At this point, you may ask us to make any changes or if you are happy with design and ready for us to proceed with printing, you will be required to sign and date your design page with “Approved”. Once you have approved your design, you will take full responsibility for any subsequent errors found after printing, it is very important that you double and triple check your design before approving it!