Template Tuesday featuring: The Pocket Folder!

Organized. Professional. Custom. Put your best foot forward on your interviews by monograming a folder that contains your cover letter, resume and/or portfolio. Stay a step ahead of the game by presenting your business ideas in a folder customized with your own logo and company information. Help your wedding party have a carefree time by providing itinerary packed neatly into your own uniquely themed folder. Folder Template Moral of the story? You don’t have to be Lisa Frank to design your own folder and it certainly doesn’t have to have "a sparkly polar bear surfing tie-dye waves" graphic. You can [...]

April 24th, 2018|

Templates, get your (ticket) templates!

As far as the calendar is concerned, spring is here! We’re hopeful the spring weather will be soon to follow and you know what that means? Raffles, events, fundraisers, celebrations, and more! Get your tickets started today. From numbered tickets with perforated stubs to various colors and sizes we’ve got your ticket needs covered. Tickets Template Details to consider including on your ticket: Event Name Date Location Time Featured People, Prizes, or Activities Perforated Numbered Stub Perforated Numbered Stub Fillable Form Contact Information   Any questions? In need of a different file format? You know the drill… design@buffalocopy.com or 716.847.6400.

March 26th, 2018|

Here’s What You Need For a Quick Print Quote!

Going back and forth with a printer about specs is an awesome experience.  That's not true at all!  It's the worst.  So don't put yourself in that position.    Here's what you need to know to help make the quote process fast, painless, and accurate! Quantity - How many pieces to order? Ink - Color or black and white? - Single-sided or double-sided? - Bleed or no bleed? Size - Finished size? - Flat Size? - Multi-page? Stock - Matte or gloss finish? - Cover weight (heavier)? Or Text weight (lighter)? Time Schedule -In-hand delivery date? Special Requests

May 20th, 2016|

Why Design?

No matter what the project, the do-it-yourself approach can be very rewarding.  Some of the reward is saving on cost from paying someone else to do the work.  Often times what we don't factor into cost is our time.  In the print process, the design element is an area where most of us can try to save.  Consider these factors below when you making the decision to let a professional designer execute your creative vision. 1)      QUALITY – Leave your ideas in the hands of someone who daily takes a vision and turns it into a tangible responsive product. True designers study the [...]

August 26th, 2015|