FAQs

Q: What is the difference between RGB and CMYK?

A: RGB Stands for Red, Green and Blue and are the colours that are used on computer monitors and TV screens to show colour images. Most digital cameras produce files in RGB format, and therefore have to be converted to CMYK for the printing process. CMYK stands for Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black, and are the four colours of inks used in the printing process to produce full colour images.

Q: How do you manage to keep your prices so low and still offer high quality?

A: Because of the volume of work we produce, we are able to buy new equipment which gives us the benefit of highest quality, fastest production times, lower maintenance, and therefore lower costs.

Q: What delivery methods do you use?

A: We use vans for Local deliveries, Fedex for smaller packages nationwide, and a pallet delivery service for larger deliveries outside London.