Canoga Park, CA, December 08, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- PrintFirm, Inc. has launched their new in-browser online design tool available now at www.graphicfirm.com/designer.php. In today's economy saving money is one of businesses main focal points; PrintFirm's graphics design tool can do just that. How do you save money without losing quality? This design tool provides insight on proper ways to create custom business cards, but more importantly there are thousands of pre-designed templates, clip art, and fonts to choose from. This distinction differentiates PrintFirm and offers an opportunity for a unique, yet professional company image. The design tool is simple to use and doesn’t require a degree in graphics design to work.
Pre-designed artwork is the genius behind PrintFirm, Inc. With hundreds of thousands of pre-designed standards to choose from, in every category of products, whether it is business card printing, custom postcards, rack cards, or the like, the varieties of pre-designed artwork available to consumers is both an energy and time-saving delight. Consumers no longer want to take precious time out of their day to meet with a graphic designer, to convey their vision, especially if they are not really sure of what they would like to have implemented.
PrintFirm, Inc. values the quality of its standard designs, as a common thread running through each of the samples is intricate detail, strategic placement of text and images to maximize promotional material and vivid colors and coating to finish the print product with an attention-grabbing format.
The intricacy of detail a print product displays is an essential ingredient to the recipe of a successful promotional product. Whether you are passing out your business cards, displaying postcards at a trade show, or even having door hangers passed out to local neighboring vendors, the difference between an average product that often does not get looked at and tossed out, and a product that commands attention to make its most imperative first impression, lies in the intricacy of detail.
You want a stand-out card, bearing essential company, service and contact information that no one person wants to throw out. It is not enough to throw text and images together on a business card, but to know where and what each word should follow and what images should be juxtaposed against one another for full-graphic impact and decisive promotional effect.