Here at AMi Marketing, we are well equipped with a great Graphic Design team that specializes in producing high quality and effective print based designs. From branding your new business with a logo that speaks to your target audience to developing your next mail campaign, our design staff can handle any and all of your design and print needs.
Check out samples of some of our work below. We love working with clients to create a beautiful and compelling direct mail piece.
Let Us Put Our Creative Experience to Work for You
Have an idea for something you would like to have printed? Maybe a new letter head or business card? Our staff will work with you as closely as is needed to ensure your vision comes out printed just as you imagined. Have no idea where to begin but know you need something new designed? That is not a problem!
“AMi is my go-to for direct mail needs. Barb and her wonderful team are always so accommodating and do top notch work. I highly recommend AMi. Plus, they are a Certified (WBENC) Woman Owned Business Enterprise, which is a great platform to support.”– Emily Pierce, Dreier & Associates
We at AMi will put our creative minds to work and design something that not only looks great, but is effective as well. In addition we can also help with getting your existing art to be “Print Ready”.
Frequently Asked Graphic Design Questions
Some common questions we encounter from customers regarding getting a design piece print ready.
Q: If I submit my own work, how do I know it’s print ready?
A: Print ready artwork should have proper bleed (.125 inches on all sides) and margins (.125 on all sides) as well as crop marks. If said piece is a booklet it also needs to be layed up in the appropriate printer pairs format or submitted as each page being a single unpaired page.
Q: What are crop marks?
A: Crop marks are the 2 lines on each corner of the piece that shows where the piece should be cut.
Q: What is bleed?
A: Bleed is the additional area that extends passed the edge of the artwork or where it will be cut. The purpose of bleed is to offset the chance of printer float as well as to provide an area to cut into that prevents any unintended white edges.
Q: What are margins.
A: Margins are the guide lines that go the opposite direction from bleed (inward away from artworks edge). Their purpose is to keep any important information or art from getting to close to the edge and thereby being cut off.
Q: What is the best format to send art to be printed.
A: High quality PDF with 300 DPI images and/or vector artwork.
Ready to Grow Your Business?
If you’re ready to grow your business we’re ready to talk about how we can help you. Give us a call at 877-377-5005 or click below to get started by requesting a quote.