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Your brand is not just a logo or a website or a business card. It is an experience. It is your business’s identity; it’s how you want the public to see you. Printing and Production does more than communicate a message about your products and services. It communicates about your brand. The elements of your printed pieces, is a tactile media, sending a strong message and building a physical connection with consumers. The Internet of Things may be turning everything around us into a hive of connected virtual activity, but print affords us the chance to savour beautiful things in all their colour-rich, high-resolution glory.

Your organization’s image is your clients or prospects view you and, more importantly, how they interact with you. REA Advertising will work with you to develop creative ways to communicate your brand and distribute it through the business’s marketing collaterals; they’re the footprint that your business leaves behind. We have the ability to produce almost any branded print material for you and your team at exceptionally competitive pricing. Just ask us!

The default paper color for printing is usually white, so it is typically unnecessary to use white ink but if you are using colored paper and a graphic or image requires white, then opaque white ink may certainly be used.
RGB stands for Red, Green, and Blue. This scale is most commonly used in monitors, televisions, scanners, and digital cameras. CMYK is cyan, magenta, yellow, and black – “full-color printing”. When you combine all RGB light it creates white, whereas CMYK creates black. Subsequently, it is impossible for a printer to exactly reproduce a color that we see on our monitors. If possible, we recommend converting images or graphics in RGB to CMYK yourself, so you can adjust any changes before files are given to the printing company.
Because the ink and toner mediums are different, the printed piece may have a slightly different result. Even though both types of printing use CMYK, the rasterization processes are different, which cause variations in color. In addition, if the file contains RGB elements, the different methods will produce varying results.
A digital press uses CMYK toners, so when a Pantone color is chosen, the press finds the closest possible match using the Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black. Often times, the closest match is fine but if it’s a metallic ink or fluorescent color, the end result is noticeably different.
The primary coating choices are varnishes, aqueous coatings, and UV coatings. Each coating has its advantages and disadvantages and choosing which one is right for you largely depends on what you are printing as well as what type of paper you are printing on. Contact one of our printing experts to help you choose the best coating for your project.

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