Printing news involving anything about the industry or our company updates.

Tiny CMYK Gifts for Designers and Print Fanatics

September 12, 2015

The universe of print is a wondrous and complex beast that can sometimes only be tamed by experienced designers or print industry leaders. Graphic communications experts are all around us, and they are typically undervalued even though they design, distribute, produce and market almost everything around us digitally and physically. A while back we did […]

5 Common File Prep Problems You Should Avoid

September 6, 2015

Commercial printing can be a wonderfully rewarding experience for artists, marketers and entrepreneurs. Yet, It can also become frustrating since not everyone is a qualified graphic designer or knowledgable of the graphic communications industry. Improper file prep can lead to a final print product not meeting quality expectations or color disireability. Below, we describe the […]

Beautiful Newsletter Print Designs for Businesses

August 11, 2015

The world has been overridden with email newsletters as they invasively flood our inboxes. Yes, emails are unquestionably effective, but a well crafted and colorful newsletter can be more engaging and impactful for businesses striving for the attention of customers while building an impressive brand. Here are a few incredible newsletter designs we discovered at […]

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 […]

How To Save Money Printing Online – From An Insider

February 10, 2014

Full Disclosure: I co-found and operate PrintKEG, an online commercial printer and the entity that manages this blog. However, I am confident enough in our print quality, pricing and customer service to write an honest post how people can save money while printing online. Below, I have listed some tips how to save money with […]

7 Deadly Sins of Printing

December 17, 2013

To ensure a fast and easy experience with Printkeg, or with any commercial printer for that matter, there are common occurrences that could cause order delays, missed deadlines or unexpected print results. A majority of customers need projects in hand as of yesterday – and we totally get that. When in a time crunch, it […]

Celebrating Small Business Week

June 17, 2013

What is Small Business Week? Created by the U.S Small Business Association, National Small Business Week is intended to spotlight the successes, innovations and achievements of entrepreneurs to inspire small business owners nationwide. According to SBA’s website, nearly half of Americans work for or own a small business, and those entities create about two of […]

5 Major Steps To Better Printing

June 11, 2013

The world of print can be more complicated than most think. We invite customers to read over the following tips to ensure a more accurate workflow and overall enjoyable printing experience. 1. Resolution Should Be 300 DPI While lower resolutions can still print with fair results, the optimum resolutions for offset and digital printing is […]

Vinyl Banners Are Cool

April 3, 2012

The team at PrintKEG is proud to announce we’ve added vinyl (15 mil) to our banner services. Additionally, we’ve added a bunch of new sizes up to 8 feet long to accommodate the many effective ways to “say it big.” All vinyl banners are printed full color with no limit whatsoever. It was important to us […]