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The Printmule Blog is a definitive handcrafted guide for all things print and design! Whether you're a designer or an individual who's in need of some guidance, Printmule is here to help.
Which Business Card Is Right For You?
2018-07-11 10:02
Printmule can professionally print on a wide variety of Business Cards! Whether you’re after something simple or extravagant. Whatever you choose, you’re sure to h… Read More
2018-02-16 09:55
Print Mule and Muley are now on Instagram! Find and follow us at @printmuleuk or click here to view our feed on the web. Be sure to join us on Facebook and Twitter too, we wan… Read More
2017-01-12 11:00
General Print Terms Against the Grain: Folding at right angles to the grain direction of the paper being used, as opposed to with the grain. Also called across the grain and cross-grain. Thi… Read More
Print Basics – Part 2
2017-01-10 11:00
Useful guide to setting up print – Part 2 Image Resolution Making sure your files or images are in the correct Image Resolution, sometimes referred to as DPI or PPI, is critical to get… Read More
The Basics Of Print – Part 1
2017-01-05 11:00
The Basics Of Print – Part 1 How To Set Up Files For Printing One of the most important assets you can have as a designer in print, whether you’re new or old, is an understanding… Read More
2017-01-03 11:00
We’ve put together a short list of popular print terms used on a regular basis by digital and lithographic printers. Knowing your print terms will help with communication between… Read More
The Ultimate Guide To Designing With Black
2016-12-20 11:00
Whether you’re a graduate designer learning the tricks of the trade, a web designer delving into print or an accomplished graphics designer looking to broaden their knowledge, there&rs&hell…Read More
About Image Resolution
2016-12-15 11:00
Resolution is the measurement of how many dots/pixels per one inch. The higher resolution, the sharper the image will be. The recommended resolution of 300 dpi (dots per inch) will prod… Read More

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