Creative Communications offers a number of ways to get material printed.

  • Traditional offset – with sourced vendor printing, we provide high quality, economically priced printing options
  • Digital – with 6 copy centers and our I-Gen 4 digital press, we have the quality and capacity to produce your project quickly, with beautiful results and great pricing
  • Variable data – direct mail is one the greatest tools for getting your message to the right people. C2 provides service and production from design to print to mailing
  • Large format – posters, banners, wall clings, and floor graphics.
  • High speed laser printing

We can help you find the best production method for each of your projects. Contact your Account Manager.

If you are creating the print ready file for your project, please review our Print-Ready Guidelines (PDF).

We can provide proofs for any type of printing done and recommend that you build in time for a round of proofing, particularly if the piece is in color and/or has photos. Proofing is your opportunity to catch problems before all the material is printed.

In addition to printing, we provide all finishing services, including trimming, binding, scoring, folding, laminating, and much more.

Get Started

Your Account Manager is here to help you achieve your communication goals. They will work with you to define your project objectives and ensure that your project stays on time and on budget. To get started: Find your Account Manager now.

FAQs

You can place an order using our online request for services form or click on the “Start Your Project” button.

We support various file formats such as PDF, Adobe Creative Suites applications, MS Publisher and MS PowerPoint. Please call if you have any questions about file formats or sending files.

The time depends on production method. Generally speaking, a large format poster can take up to 3 working days; a short-run color flyer can take less than 24 hours; and a small run full color brochure can take up to 4 working days. For more information, please contact your Account Manager.

Quantity and timeframe are usually the deciding factors in whether to use offset or digital printing. With Offset, the inked image is transferred (or "offset") from a plate to a rubber blanket and then to the printing surface. It can reproduce solid screen tints and accurate PMS colors, and is a good value for larger runs (1000 8.5x11 sheets or over) or larger sheet sizes (up to 20x26).  Digital printing is the reproduction of digital images on the sheet. It is ideal for short runs (under 1000) and small sheet sizes (up to 12x18). Digitally printed sheets can be cut, scored or folded very quickly, whereas offset printing must dry or be coated before handling. Digital printing is ideal for producing variable-data pieces in which each sheet is personalized in a unique way. 

The cost does depend on the type of project you are printing or copying. Your Account Manager can work with you to find solutions to get you the best product at the less expensive cost.

We are able to do multiple types of binding, such as saddle stitching, tape binding, coil binding, wire-O binding and comb binding.