HOW TO SEND ARTWORK
You can e-mail your files to email@example.com or to your account representative at the of time order. Remember to include your order number for reference. This ensures we can match your artwork to the specific order you placed. Please make sure that you let us know the color or colors that you want printed on the product.
You can upload your art files as part of your order process by using our attach logo art file tool. Please make sure that you fill out logo imprint color, logo imprint description. We will always imprint the maximum imprint size unless noted in the imprint size, font and other info field. A proof will be provided unless the order is a 24 hour ship, then the proof is automatically waived in order to expedite the order.
ARTWORK ON FILE:
Do we have your artwork on file? If you are a regular customer, please bypass the attachment process for on line orders and in the notes section, please identify the logo and colors that you would like printed.
Don't have a logo in digital format? We can convert any file to Vector Art, Send us your business cards, letterheads or sketches and we will transform them to the proper format for printing. Additional charges may apply depending on the complexity of the logo. Do you have a cutome design or idea? Reach out and one of our graphic designers will help.
FILE TYPES ACCEPTED
PREFERRED ART FILE TYPES
Ai or EPS (Adobe Illustrator)
CDR (Corel Draw)
“Clean” PDF (Adobe Acrobat)
ART FILES THAT WE CAN USE:
At Integrity we can accept any file, even though it may not be a vector file. Just send us what you have and our team will make sure to work with you on providing a quality imprint for your product. Keep in mind that vector files will make your order go through faster. Additional charges may apply
WHY WE NEED TO CONVERT TO JPEG FILES:
Here is a graphic quickly explaining why we need convert “bad” art to “good” art. No matter what the resolution of your image, there is still going to be some level of quality loss when you save it as a JPEG. This is because JPEG is a lossy compression format, which means some of the detail of your image will be lost when saved in order to keep a low file size.
Lossy compression formats make it impossible for you to recover the original data, so not only is the image altered, but the effect is irreversible. Worst of all, every time you save a JPEG, it gets compressed further and further, which can eventually lead to a downward spiral of blotchy, distorted images