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Reduce, Reuse, Recycle:
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle:
Many of us have learned the saying “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle” since we were children, but we may not be following it to our true potential. At JB Print we are committed to reducing our carbon footprint. So, in honour of Earth Week, let’s take the opportunity to reflect on how we can all become more responsible, green citizens and #BeTheChange. Reduce (and Refuse) Reduce your consumption of harmful products in your life, such as non-recyclable packaging Did you know? Non-recyclable items include: mirrors, ceramics, plastic wrap, packing peanuts, photographs,
What is Bleed in the world of Printing?
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If you’ve heard the design & printing term “bleed” you may wonder why it's so important for your files to include it. “Well I don’t want my ink to bleed, so what are you asking me?” Bleed is a relatively simple concept: it is the printing that extends past the edge of the final trimmed print size. Including proper bleed in your design ensures that the final printed product does not have a white margin.   The minimum amount of bleed is 0.125” (1/8th of an inch) for smaller print jobs (posters, business cards, forms, etc) and 0.
Graphic Design: Mysterious and Magical
Graphic Design work space at JB Print Solutions
Have you worked with a Graphic Designer in the past? Better yet, do you know what a Graphic Designer is or what they do? Graphic Design might seem like a mystery job, but it shapes everything that you see in the world around you. Take a look around your office: A Graphic Designer created the logo for the company that made your computer monitor. The calendar that you rely on to keep yourself on track? Laid out by a Graphic Designer! The invoices that your company uses? Yep, them too! Even the magazines in your break room, the wrapper on your granola bar, and the advertisements you see while
Making the Most of Your Trade Show Experience
Attending a trade show is an investment in your business’ marketing strategy, which may sound daunting, but there are easy steps that you can take to make the most of it! Unlike social media, radio advertising or ad mail, trade shows are an opportunity to meet potential customers face-to-face, build a relationship and get them excited about what you have to offer! Prepping your trade show booth  1. RESEARCH, RESEARCH, RESEARCH! Take a look into various trade show events in the area and decide which would best suit your business. If you want to expand out of your immediate
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