Free Inspirational Poster Download

We’ve been designing some inspirational typography-based posters and plan to post them here on our blog for our clients, readers, and friends to view and download. Feel free to download and print our free inspirational posters. Here’s the first in the ser

Decorating Your Website for the Holidays

Next week is Thanksgiving and that means the holiday season is officially here. It’s time to start spreading some holiday cheer! Why not take advantage of the season and decorate your website a bit for the holiday season?

Direct Mail Marketing

Direct mail is advertising to prospective customers through the mail. Yes, you read that correctly — it’s print advertising delivered to customers through the good old US Postal Service. Now, before you stop reading and decide that, in the digital world

Print Project Planning Guide

As you begin to plan your printing project, ask questions! Charlotte’s Web Studios can help you to avoid possible problems and suggest ideas & enhancements that you might not have considered. We will help you to be aware of the costs and limitations

Bitmap vs. Vector Images: Understanding Graphic Types

When it comes to computer graphics, there are a lot of programs available for creating, manipulating, and saving image files. Some graphic programs work primarily with bitmap images, some with vector images, and some can work with both (or a combination

Types of Paper

Paper selection is an important element in print projects. Selecting a paper can often be very confusing; there are numerous different types and brands of paper available today. When selecting paper, be sure to keep in mind that

Types of Printer Proofs

Printers often offer different types of proofs for printing projects. The cost and time needed for each differs, so be sure to check with CWS for costs and availability of each proof type available.

Color, Ink, and Coatings in Print Projects

Color and Ink CMYK: CMYK is short for Cyan-Magenta-Yellow-Black, and is normally pronounced as separate letters. CMYK is a color model in which all colors in the printed piece are described as a mixture of these four process colors.