Thanks. I’ve found some fairly close scripts but am still looking for something. There has to be something out there!
My family owns a very small printing company and I am trying to get them a website where people can order printed materials off of. I want something similar to http://www.clubflyers.com/printing/postcard/4x6/product.aspx as far as the drop down menus for quantity, size, etc.
Is there any templates currently available on here that would work for a printing company? Thanks!
I totally agree with it being overloaded… but if the client REALLY wants it, they’ll get it!
Thanks for the help!
I have been talking with a potential client who is interested in updating some of their marketing materials and I am sort of stumped at what to charge for some items.
One of the bigger items is they have a poorly designed monthly calendar (I think done in Word) and are looking for something a bit better. They referenced Quaker Steak & Lube (see: http://quakersteakandlube.com/Boardman_OH/images/calendar_large-Boardman.jpg ).
How much would you charge for a calendar like this? Thanks for your input.
I noticed there are a lot of QR codes that look awfully small on some items, such as business cards. Is it possible to have the QR really small with it still functioning? I haven’t really tried to use one.
Interesting idea. I think I might work on a print shop design.
Somewhat random question, what should the dimensions be for a Timeline template?
bedistinct saidHEY WASSUP I LIKE YOUR FLYER AND I SEE YOU ARE NEW TO GR …........BUT IM GOING TO GIVE U SOME ADVISE AS A BUYER WHEN U MAKE A FLYER DONT make picture sell the flyer for example i wouldnt want her on the flyer but if you take her away it would be hard to find a pic that could replace her…i hope u understand
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I have a pending Memorial Day flyer… I hope it gets approved, check it out!
Thanks for the advice. I totally understand what you mean, I agree that flyer wouldn’t work well for every nightclub/bar. I do include the picture info in the “read me” and I think it costs $3. I’m going to be working on more flyers shortly, thanks again!