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Graphic Design

Graphic Design
The purpose of a graphic designer is to communicate your message through graphics, colour, type and imagery. It is important to remember that any form of communication that you create is a reflection of your brand.

Juno has over over 13 years experience in providing visual communication solutions. Juno offers graphics  design services such as brochure design, catalogue design, press advertising, signage, posters, corporate stationery and much more. It’s our aim to provide you with on-brand creative solutions to create beautiful collateral and marketing materials. View our portfolio.

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Printing

Printing plays a big role in your brand identity and how you are perceived by your customers. It is important consider your brand in print. Print is a tangible media. In this digital age, it offers a physical connection to your brand. Juno can provide advice to ensure your brand’s look and feel is communicated effectively. This includes the appropriate paper stock choice, advice on printing methods, specialty finishes such as foiling, letterpress, embossing spot UV and more. We will come up with a print solution that is sure to impress your customers.

We can handle your printing needs through our experienced print manager and network of local and national printers. Whether it’s a small run of 50 brochures  or a large run of 10,000 Annual Reports, we will find the most cost effective solution. We can also work with your chosen printer if required.

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FAQ

What is the difference between CMYK and PMS colours?

CYMK, or full colour printing, is a process that allows your job to be printed in an unlimited amount of colours made up of 4 base colours. These are  Cyan, Yellow, Magenta and Black.

PMS, or Pantone Matching System. Pantone have a set of many pre-mixed colour inks.  This allows you to select inks that ensure consistency across multiple print runs. Using a pantone ink means that you can avoid the inconsistency involved with CMYK printing across multiple print runs.

If in doubt, we can advise you on the best method to use depending on your  budget, timeline and quantity required.

What’s the difference between offset and digital printing?

Offset printers print in both CMYK and PMS. Offset printers use plates and ink to transfer the design onto the stock. Offset printing has a higher set up cost so is more appropriate for larger print runs. If using PMS, generally any more than 3 PMS colours is going to be an expensive result.

Digital printing uses a CMYK process. It is more suitable for shorter print runs. A digital printer does not require printing plates so therefore there is less time and expense involved in the set up phase, Traditionally colour reproduction has not been as accurate as offset printing however this has changed a lot in the last few years.

Talk to us if you’re unsure about the best solution for your job.

What does low and high resolution mean. What is the difference?

Resolution is the number of dots per inch (DPI) for printed images, or pixels per inch (PPI) for screen based images. When providing images for your graphic design project, 300DPI is the preferred resolution for printing. Anything under 200DPI is not good enough for printing. The image will appear pixelated or fuzzy. For images that will be view on monitors and websites however, the standard PPI is 72PPI with retina screens being twice that. If you are not sure, we are more than happy check your images for suitability to your project.

Can you provide imagery for our design project if required?

We have access to millions of royalty-free images through online stock libraries such as iStock and Dreamstime. If needed we can source imagery that is appropriate for your project. You can also select images yourself.
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