Print needs to be a resolution of 300 DPI or higher.
There are 2 easy ways to determine the resolution of your image (we are able to tell you if your image is high resolution or not so don’t stress if you are not tech savvy):
1. Photoshop: Open the image in Photoshop and select Image > Image Size. On this pop up you will see Resolution and a box displaying a number. This number needs to be no lower than 300 (300dpi) to print crisp and clear.
2. Adobe Acrobat: If you do not have Photoshop you can loosely tell if a file is print-ready within Adobe Acrobat (remember that we will double check it once we have received it).
Set your view to 300%. If your artwork looks pixelated (fuzzy or blocky) beyond this point, then your artwork is most-likely low resolution. If your artwork looks clear and sharp at 300%, then this is a good indication that your resolution is print ready.
In regards to logos you will also be provided with a version of your logo in RGB colours. To simulate how the final colour will accurately look coming off a press you will have to calibrate your printer with the screen.