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Statistics about full colour printingLOVE COLOUR

People are 80% more likely to remember what they read if it's in Full Colour. Fact.

Proven To Win Business

Don't Believe Us? Flick through the classifieds in your favourite newspaper and check which grab your attention first. It's likely to be the ads in colour that leap out first (unless you're reading The Daily Star, in which case you may be distracted). Lots of research has gone into colour psychology and understanding how people retain information and respond to colour. Human emotions are very often triggered by colour. Colour has become a science and we agree with the folks in white coats - it looks ace. We built our business on it for goodness sake!

Is Full Colour Right For You?

  • Do you want to make the most impressive impact for your money?
  • Do you want to promote yourself with colour photos or logos?
  • Do you agree that getting a powerful message across is more important to you than being fanatical about exact colour matches?
  • Do you like getting your feet tickled?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, great news - we can help, and we'll probably save you a packet too (extra charge for feet tickling).

Example

Say you need 1,000 A4 leaflets. You could get them colour copied and you'd pay around £400. Job done - but they don't look that great. At the other end of the scale, you could go to a fine art printer. They'd colour match each individual sheet and sift out naturally-occurring defects inherent in all print processes. But they'd leave you with a pain in the back pocket... they'd probably charge £1000.

We plug that gap - we provide a level of print quality that's around 90% of what you'd expect from a fine art printer, but at prices well below colour copying. Our 80,000 customers tell us it's a winning formula.

How It Works

You don't have to understand it to appreciate it, but here's a brief explanation if you're the inquisitive type.

How CMYK colour works diagramFull Colour (or process colour) is a system which allows a multiplicity of shades to be created from just four primary printing inks - Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black (CMYK). Full colour means you can have virtually every colour of the rainbow, without worrying that you'll need the pot of gold at the end to pay the extra costs. As many colours as you want. As many photographs as you want. One price. Simple.