Featuring tips, templates and ideas for people in the graphic design industry.

Easy Design Ideas For Hang Tags

July 19, 2016

Printkeg recently added hang tags to its promotional and postcard products lineup to help small business owners, shop owners and artists selling products. Today, we thought we’d explore the online world for easy rectangular design hang tag ideas that almost anyone can duplicate. Here are some ideas for hang tags that graphic designers and entrepreneurs […]

Create Your Own Election Sticker with Illustrator (Template)

February 14, 2016

Need an election sticker template? Chances are if you are a professional using Adobe Illustrator then you don’t yearn for our template AI or PDF file of an election sticker. However, if you are anything like me, it’s nice to discover a free template with no strings attached. The below AI file is a template for […]

10 Crucial Steps to Designing a Logo for Your Company

January 16, 2016

World renowned companies are recognizable at a glance. You know it’s Mac when you see that apple. When you see that simple swoosh, you know it’s Nike. Aside from their built reputation, the logos are recognizable for a reason. Only the best designers can convey the company’s history and the direction of its activities, as […]

Frightening Fonts for Halloween Designs

October 2, 2015

October is one of our favorite months. Winter is coming, and Fall is here. But what makes the month eerily special in our eyes is Halloween, the return of The Walking Dead and two very special birthdays (my wife and I). Continuing our special series, Font Fridays, started by a former employee, Jessica, we collect […]

Print vs. Web: Let’s Get It Straight! (Infographic)

July 31, 2015

Many people have a hard time understanding the difference between what graphic specifications are ideal for print and what is better suited for the web. We hope the below infographic is helpful. To receive a quality print, it really makes a difference on what color mode you send your file, what resolution the file has, what dimensions […]

Converting RGB to CMYK. What’s The Big Deal? (Infographic)

July 30, 2015

  Many of our customers have a hard time understanding why we cannot print in RGB. In most cases, our print ready templates will automatically convert files from the RGB color mode to the CMYK color mode, and more times than not, the conversion is minimal. However, for photographers and artists who rely on their colors […]

Five Free Superhero Fonts For Friday

May 16, 2014

Superheroes are pretty popular around here at Printkeg. Therefore, I can’t believe it took me this long to do a Superhero edition of Free Font Friday! To me a superhero is a superhero. I was unaware of the difference between the DC superheroes (The Justice League) versus the Marvel superheroes (The Avengers). I was quickly corrected on […]

Get Inventive This Year With 15 Different Mother’s Day Cards

May 9, 2014

Don’t forget your Mother’s Day cards! Buying your card at a local store can get pretty pricy – especially when you have more than just mom to buy for; wife, grandmother, sister, friend, etc. I end up walking out with six Mother’s Day cards each year, and the cards are nothing special. I couldn’t even […]

21 Beautifully Printed Flyer Designs

April 22, 2014

Flyers come in many different sizes, shapes and paper weights these days as designers, marketers and printers have extended their functionality and use. Our company calls small flyers “postcards” since they are generally heavy, and we call leaflets “flyers” since cheaper (in price not quality) lighter weight papers are mostly utilized. But grouped together, flyers […]

The Logo Design Process while Working With a Third Party

April 10, 2014

Designing a logo can be very tricky. Especially when working through a third party. Often times, the client does not know what they want until they actually see it. They tend to provide the designer vague, poorly descriptive words on what they think they want, but in all actuality, most of the time, they have no clue. […]