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Expanding our digital offering

We have been investing heavily in digital technology and have recently purchased a new digital printer, so we can print A4 documents in a landscape folded format. This increases our capability to enable us to print this format quickly, cost effectively and on to a broader range of stocks. Not widely available in the print […]

Bringing children’s books to life

Children’s author, Lee Ellis and illustrator Mark Dobson approached us at the end of last year to help them produce a rush order of their book ‘Charlotte’s Fall’. ‘Charlotte’s Fall’ is just one of a series of fascinating children’s books about ‘The-ings’; a building force that protects people from disease-causing organisms and substances. These unique […]

Fond farewell to Dave Wilson

We would like to say a fond farewell to Senior Estimator David Wilson. Dave has retired after 36 years’ service, having worked at our Haxby Road office and previously at our King’s Square building. We wish Dave a long and happy retirement!

Blog | A guide to understanding printing jargon

Have you ever been in the situation where you’re talking to a printer and feel yourself getting more and more confused by the language they are using? You are not alone. Approaching a professional printer can seem daunting when the terminology is unfamiliar. To break down the language barrier, we have created a simple guide […]

Blog | Colour Clarity – Understanding colour

Colour can be a complicated topic to understand. Colours are created by wavelengths of light received by a human eye. There are 7 million wavelengths which all equate to a different colour so trying to reproduce them all within the print process is a challenge! We understand the frustration that can be caused when the […]

Printing beautiful Christmas wrapping paper with Julie Dodsworth

Julie Dodsworth is an award winning independent designer, retailer and author based in Yorkshire that approached us to produce its unique Christmas wrapping paper. The company ships its designs all across the world and so high quality printing was essential for this project. Working closely with Julie and her team, we understand the product and […]

Blog | Ready for take off? – How to supply the perfect artwork

Preparing your artwork for print can often seem overwhelming with numerous technical terms to consider. To ensure the print reflects the quality of your product and the time you’ve spent on the design, you need to present your artwork to the printers in the best possible way. We understand the printing process may be confusing, […]

Guiding a new business in York through the printing process of their packaging

Brassica and Beyond, a new independent food company based in York, approached us to produce carton wraps for their healthy, vegetable rich pasta sauce products. The company already had their carton design, but they needed to bring it to life with high quality printing that emphasised the vivid colours of the design. We guided Brassica […]