Trusted Print Design Company in India
Logopie is a leading print design agency that creates highly creative & unique designs for your business needs.
Print Design For All Your Business Needs
Logopie can help you to design all of your marketing materials while maintaining a consistent look and feel across all of your print materials.
Company Profile / Product Brochures
Product / Service Flyers
Posters / Event Graphics
Why Trust Logopie?
✓ We understand that your sales and marketing goals are tightly bound to the quality of your marketing material.
✓ A creative print design company with highest professional standards of service.
✓ We ensure your print design is consistent with your brand messaging.
✓ Worked with big brands like Pepperfry and Hitachi Redington to small self-owned businesses.
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Packaging Design FAQs
What file format do you provide for print design?
The most common file formats for print design are PDF, TIFF, and EPS. These formats are high resolution and allow for accurate color representation.
How do you ensure that the colors will print correctly?
To ensure that the colors print correctly, we use the CMYK color mode (as opposed to RGB), which is used for printing. We strongly recommend to proof your design on a physical print before going to final print.
What resolution should the images be for print?
Images should be at least 300dpi (dots per inch) for print. This will ensure that they are high resolution and will not appear pixelated when printed.
How do you make sure that the text is legible in the print design?
To make sure the text is legible, we use a clear and easy-to-read font, and make sure that the text size is large enough to be read easily. We avoid using light-colored text on a dark background, as this can be difficult to read.
What is bleed and why is it important for print design?
Bleed is the area of a design that extends beyond the edge of the final printed piece. It is important because it allows for slight variations in the cutting process without leaving a white border around the edge of the design.
What is the difference between offset printing and digital printing?
Offset printing is a traditional printing method that uses plates, ink, and paper. It is best for large quantities and is more cost-effective for large runs. Digital printing, on the other hand, uses inkjet or laser printing technology and doesn’t require printing plates, so it is more suitable for small quantities and short runs.
How do you prepare the design for print?
To prepare a design for print, we make sure that it is in the correct format, that all colors are in CMYK mode, and that all images and text are of the appropriate resolution. We also include bleed and crop marks in your file if necessary.
What if I do not like what you have created for me?
Print design is an iterative process. When we first show you the initial design drafts, we request your feedback.
The design is finalized only after you act like a critic till the design really stands out and appeals to you.
We have a 100% success rate at finishing every print design project that we take up.
How do I pay for the service?
Indian customers can pay via cheque or bank transfer. Customers in other countries can pay via credit card, PayPal, and Wire Transfer.
How do you communicate with customers who are not near your office?
Logopie as a print design company, serves clients throughout India and also in many different parts of the world.
Our standard mode of communication is emails and via our project control panel. Each client is given access to the control panel where they can see all of their communication; designs etc, and also leave feedback and comments for us to review.
We are also available on zoom, skype and phone.
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Here are some answers to your questions.
What is the cost of hiring a designer?
The cost depends on the type and duration you need the designer for. We offer designers on a weekly and monthly basis.
If it is a fixed time job, how long will your designer take to design it?
Our designer would provide you with an approximate estimate of time before starting the work.
What if I do not like what the designer creates for me?
The design is an iterative process and everyone has a different eye to rate the quality of design.
For a continued committment, it is critical we understand your requirements very well before getting into a work relationship.
For this, we have a onboarding process that helps us and the client develop a working relationship and set realistic expectations.
After this, it is very rare that you do not like anything that our designer creates. However, if that happens and you do not want to move ahead, we offer a full or partial refund based on how much work has been done.
How do I pay for the service?
Indian customers can pay via cheque or bank transfer. Customers in other countries can pay PayPal, credit card, and Wire Transfer.
How do you communicate with your customers?
We work with clients throughout the world. Our standard mode of communication is emails and via our project control panel. Each client is given access to the control panel where they can see all of their communication; designs etc, and also leave feedback and comments for us to review. We are also available on zoom, skype and phone.