PDFs and vector files are best!
Generally, PDFs are the best at keeping the highest quality and maintaining the file's proper format. For example, if we were given a Word file, it may look fine on your computer, but could look different on ours. Text and images may shift around or fonts may not be the same.
Vector files are usually more important when we are working with logos. It allows us to scale the logo to any size without losing its quality.
We will do our best to work with any file given to us. If there are any issues, we will contact you and try to resolve the problem.
Vector files are images that can be scaled to any size without getting pixelated.
They are usually made in programs like Adobe Illustrator. They are the opposite of raster files. Raster files are images made out of pixels. As you enlarge a raster file, you also enlarge the pixels and make them more visible.
Artwork that extends past the trim line.
Typically, we ask that the bleed is at least 0.125". If you have a print job that is 8.5" x 11", adding a 0.125" bleed on all edges would make the artwork be 8.75" x 11.25".