Thursday, April 25, 2013

Jump for Joy!



As an on-line company that deals in the manufacturing of a products such as presentation folders and pocket folders, we are not often afforded the opportunity to speak directly with our clients. So we jump for joy when we get a testimonial from a client such as this one from Dana in Texas.

 Folderprinters.com has been the best find for us!  After our company did extensive research for a printer (both locally and online) who can print our special folders with a quick turnaround and low price, we were fortunate to have found Folderprinters.com.  Their product quality is exceptional and their customer service has been perfect.  I look forward to doing many more projects with them in the future. 

Dana, thank you from all of us here at Folderprinters.com

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

This Weeks Presentation Folder / Pocket Folder Spotlight - 3-Panel



This weeks spotlighted presentation folder / pocket folder was chosen for it's excellent use of the printable area. A 3-panel presentation folder or pocket folder gives you two extra surfaces to design upon. Your standard pocket folder / presentation folder gives you 4 panels plus two pockets to build your design, and convey your message, whereas a 3-panel presentation folder  / pocket folder adds and additional two panels, giving you 6 panels, plus 2 - 3 pockets to build your design. This 3-panel presentation folder design, utilized every panel to convey its message.


3-Panel Presentation Folder
As you can see, this 3-panel presentation folder is packed with content and information.


Printing Specifications:
Ink: 4/4
Stock: 14pt Gloss Cover
Bindery: 3 Panel die cut with two pockets and business card slit.

*If we printed your pocket folder or presentation folder, and you would like to see your folder displayed in one of our blog post, just email me at joe@folderprinters.com       

Monday, April 8, 2013

Presentation Folder / Pocket Folder of the Week 4/5/2013



When designing this week’s presentation folder, the designer used a method that these days are rarely seen in the printing world. It is a very simple method, which can be used to enhance the warm tones of an image. The design aspect used to enhance the warm tones of the barrel and the corks was a simple paper choice. This particular presentation folder utilized a cream colored, linen paper stock. By utilizing this stock, the warmth of the cream tones of the paper show through the ink, creating a warm look to the image. This effect can be seen in the highlights and quarter-tones, where less ink is applied to the paper, allowing more of the paper to show through.

Brilliant use of paper color choice.


Printing Specifications:
Ink: 4/0
Stock: Cream Linen 100# Cover
Bindery: Two pockets with Business card slits on both the left and right hand pockets.

*If we printed your pocket folder or presentation folder, and you would like to see your folder displayed in one of our blog post, just email me at joe@folderprinters.com       

Thursday, April 4, 2013

Using design to maximize the value of your pocket folder


Over the years we have seen thousands of pocket folder designs enter our manufacturing facility. One thing that seems to be a common misconception is that printing on the pockets of a folder adds cost to the print job. Well, that just isn't true. Here we have created a video explaining how to get the most value from your pocket folder design.

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Monday, April 1, 2013

Presentation Folder / Pocket Folder of the Week 3/29/2013

This presentation folder / pocket folder of the week was chosen for its utilization of a screen reduction of the 4 color black, creating a subtle image peering through the vast darkness of the black folder. This great technique can create a spot varnish effect without using varnish

Printing Specifications:
Ink: 4/0
Stock: 12pt C2S with a Matte AQ
Bindery: Two pockets with Business card slits on the right hand pocket.

*If we printed your pocket folder or presentation folder, and you would like to see your folder displayed in one of our blog post, just email me at joe@folderprinters.com