Deadline day loomed, and giving hard-work the high quality finish it deserves is our speciality.
So much talent comes through our doors, and the last week was especially busy for us.
With the Glasgow School of Art (GSA) term deadlines looming, we had a lot of creative students popping in to see if we could help turn their hard work into hard copies.
After so many hours, days, weeks and months spent on design and content - the finished job needed to reflect the high quality of work. Here at Glasgow PDC we go the extra mile to ensure we can turn clients' visions into reality.
A delightful example of this is the collective works of Yazhi Guan, who visited us last week with an important deadline in a matter of days. Our team discussed multiple options and how to get the most out of the design via print, and the final result is one both Yazhi and ourselves are delighted with.
Three books were needed, and therefore created.
- The Shadow & Dyslexia (pictured above)
- Hello China! The new way to read Chinese
- Critical reflective journal of Communication Design
Each book has its own distinct differences, whilst harmoniously belonging to the set.
The 67 page journal
uses common a5 pages, with a white backdrop on each page - except for two bold centrefold pages opting for a teal background to highlight them, really emphasizing the content.
Many students may simply print off their work as a4 pages, and bind them together - but this journal offers a stylish, practical and professional product to demonstrate the quality of the work.
Do you have content that deserves high quality print? Perhaps you need some inspiration or help on which solution is best.
Give us a phone, an e-mail or pop in to see us and we can help actualise your goals by creating a truly special print job for you.