We accept PSD, PNG, AI, CDR, and PDF files, at 300DPI and in CMYK mode. Vector data should be used to create design files, including layers, editable fonts, and transparency.
It is essential to mention the dimensions when designing for our understanding of the packaging size. The dimensions include length, width, and depth measurements and are used to evaluate the printing and die-cutting area.
Bleeds are significant in the design-build process for packaging. Bleeds help make packaging designs look seamless. This means that bleeds are used for design elements that extend outside of the packaging and help make the printing, die-cutting, and lamination process of packaging easier. In addition, bleeds can be very beneficial in helping make packaging design consistent in size.
It is essential to specify the color range in your design file first. You can use the CMYK or Pantone Code if you don't know the color. This is the correct approach, making it easier to identify the color. However, it is advisable to specify the appropriate color in the design file beforehand to print the artwork correctly and effectively.