We provide print layout and design services for a number of types of projects.
For most print jobs, we look at how much work is involved, and provide a quote which is loosly based on $73 per hour. Additionally, for our residential clients, we offer a discount of $10 per hour off our standard labor rate for Senior Citizens (65 & older) and for UC Davis students with a valid Student ID card.
If it can be printed, we can set it up. From logos (see below) to business cards, from menus to brochures, newsletters, coupons, ads, or whatever else you might imagine, we can set it up. For original artwork, we have some talented people we work with, and they would provide their own quote for any original artwork that needs to be created.
For a look at some of the print materials we have worked on, head on over to our Portfolio & Gallery page. You can click on thumbnail images to see larger versions in a very cool "lightbox mode" (you could even have something like that on your own site, too... hint, hint ).
Another service we offer is printing of brochures, business cards, and color prints. Design/setup is at our hourly rate, and the print rates are based per job, and depend on quantity and the type of stock they are being printed on, plus shipping.
For example, as of March 2015, business cards printed on heavy 14pt card stock (either gloss coated or uncoated), full color front, no back, are $22.95 for 500, $31.95 for 1000, $44.95 for 2500. File types would be a press-ready PDF file, a Photoshop PSD file, or PNG file, with a resolution of 350 dpi or greater. Shipping would be between $8.95 to $17.60, depending on quantity. Adding B&W or color printing on the back is only a bit more. **Please contact us for current prices, as the printing house we contract with can change prices with short notice.
If you will require something in a very short timeframe, please let us know a few days in advance (if possible) when scheduling your appointment, so that the best preparation can be made to have everything necessary on hand at the time of service. Thanks.
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