High-quality design demands high-resolution images. It’s as simple as that. Look at the examples below and check out our get started page for more information on supplying your images.
High-resolution images should be 300 ppi (pixels per inch) for greyscale and CMYK images, 1200 ppi for line art.
Low-resolution images include 72 ppi graphics captured from the internet, or images taken on cameras not set to highestquality or often images taken on cell phones. They will look fuzzy and pixelated. NOTE: Enlarging small images reduces overall print quality.
**Note: Saving or submitting an image at a higher resolution than 300-350ppi will not produce a better printed piece. It will increase the image size making it more difficult to print the essential elements of the design.