How to Supply Artwork

When supplying your artwork, please either upload your files to our site or email sales@justembroidery.co.uk. For files above 8MB, please send to us via wetransfer.com. Please follow the guidelines below when submitting your artwork:

PDF 5050.jpg PDF Files

We request all our artwork to be supplied as high resolution (300dpi) using these options:

  • Resolution – Choose High Resolution
  • Compression Settings – For colour and greyscale this should be down sampled to 300dpi with “auto compression” set on high
  • Font Embedding – Should be set to “embed all fonts”

Colour needs to be set as CMYK not RGB (RGB artwork will be converted to CMYK and this could affect your colours).


AI 5050.jpg Illustrator

Include all embedded images and convert all text to curves. Save as an EPS file.


PS 5050.jpg Photoshop

Set Resolution to 300dpi when starting your new document. Save file as either TIFF or JPEG.

Other files not listed above must be saved either as a EPS or JPEG.

Please note: If you need us to make changes to your file (JPEG / EPS), we will require you to re-supply new artwork as either a PSD, PDF or AI file as we are unable to make changes to flattened images (JPEG / EPS / TIFF).


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Please ensure all fonts and pictures used in your artwork are supplied to us in a separate folder using the “package” function under the “file” menu. Compress the document using Stuffit or WinZip before uploading or sending your order via e-mail.

Please include a PDF. This is for our reference to make sure that nothing is missing or moved on the artwork supplied. Please note that this will be proofed first and could cause a longer delivery time. 


microsoft-icon.jpg Microsoft Documents

We cannot use the following formats for printing:

  • Word
  • Excel
  • Powerpoint
  • Publisher
  • Works

Below is a link to a website that can convert any of the above files into a useable PDF, it is easy-to-use and will do it for you right there online. IT’S FREE!

http://www.zamzar.com/

Please supply a screen shot of your Microsoft document before conversion this can be done by the following:

  • PC operators – There is a “PRINT SCREEN” button on the keyboard
  • Mac operators – Press the “Apple” and “Shift 4” keys, then highlight the area you wish to copy. This saves a PNG copy to your desktop