In an earlier Signage 101 post, we discussed how adding a UV coating can not only boost the durability of your printed piece but also give it some great visual “pop.” But there’s another coating option to consider: aqueous coating. As its name suggests, an aqueous coating is water-based. And just as with its UV […]
Want to give your business cards or post cards some added “visual pop?” Or maybe you simply want to ensure your door hangers or hang tags will hold up under duress? There’s a solution readily available to you: Have a UV coating applied to them.
Whether it’s business cards, flyers, brochures, rack cards, hang tags, door hangers, or any other type of small format printing, you will inevitably run into 14pt vs 16pt. Is there really a difference? If so, what is it? Are there any other options? Which one is best for business cards?