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Have questions about our custom graphic design and printing services? Check out our FAQ section to find answers to common questions people have. You can always contact us if you cannot find the answer you are looking for. We are available via phone or email anytime!
 
Q: How long will it take to finish my graphic design project?
Every graphic design project is different, but it typical takes about 3 days to complete a 100% custom design.
 
Of course your project could easily be completed sooner or take even longer depending on the complexity and number of revisions you require. Additionally, how quickly you respond to requests, supply us content, and approve each step of your new graphic design project will factor into the amount of time it will take to complete.
 
Q: Can CFP(COLORFULPRINTING.SG) do the printing for my project in addition to the design?
Yes, we offer high quality printing services for most of our graphic design work.
 
Q: How long will it take to get my project printed and delivered?
Printing typical takes about 5 to 7 business days to complete and deliver your project from the day you approve the final design (or place your print-only order).
 
Q: Can you ship my finished printed project directly to me?
Yes, we can ship your finished printed project to you directly. The cost is fixed,only $8/trip no matter how much you order,if you order is more than $180,the cost will be waived.
 
Q: Do you ship outside of Singapre?
Yes we can ship outside of Singapore (additional costs for international shipping will apply).
 
 
Q:What are bleed, and trim?
These sound like technical (even painful) terms, but they're actually quite simple:

Bleed
 
This is the portion of your design that will be trimmed off when the card is cut to the final size. Its purpose is to make sure your design or image reaches right to the very edge of the cards, leaving no unsightly white edges.
 
Trim
 
This is the final size of your cards, after the 'bleed' has been cut off.
 
 
Q:What is the difference between RGB and CMYK color models?
 
RGB is based on projecting. Red light plus Green light plus Blue light all projected together create white. Black is encoded as the absence of any color. 
 
CMYK is based on ink.  Superimpose Cyan ink plus Magenta ink plus Yellow ink, and you get black, although this format also encodes Black (K) directly. White is encoded by the absence of any color.
 
Prism uses RGB internally. Exporting in RGB will give you results very close to what you see on screen.
 
Even though it uses one more number to encode a color, the CMYK scheme encodes a smaller "color space" than does RGB.
 
When a color is converted from RGB to CMYK, the appearance may change.
 
 
Q:How can I send you the artwork?
 
You can email to our sales team at enquiry@colorfulprinting.sg If the files are too large, you may contact us. We will advise you how to upload the file and send  to us.Remember to save a copy of JPEG or PDF or hardcopy for checking purpose.