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Letterpress business cards

By Gareth Coxon, August 26, 2011

Late last year I redesigned the Dot Design business cards and finally treated myself to abit of letterpress printing.
The results can be seen in the images above and below. As well as being letterpress printed the cards are also die-cut at one end to reflect the ‘D’ of Dot Design.

The cards were printed two Pantone colours on Saunders 425gsm, 100% cotton, high white.

So what is Letterpress printing? (more…)

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Client Focus 1: Symmetry Business Marketing

By Gareth Coxon, August 14, 2009


This is a new feature that will highlight some of the clients Dot Design work with, their services, what they have to offer and the work we have undertaken with them.

So we will start with Symmetry Business Marketing:

About Symmetry Business Marketing:

In June 2008, James Minion established a company that offers high quality telemarketing services within the field of business-to-business telemarketing.

Offering a unique and progressive approach to telemarketing. Through commitment to training, (more…)

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Lego Staff Business Card Design

By Gareth Coxon, February 26, 2009


Spotted this excellent staff business card design for Lego employees over at .

Each member of staff receives a business card like this and they add the hair, glasses and other features to match the staff member, worth working at Lego just for this I think!

Its such a great idea and to be expected of a fun loving brand such as Lego, wonder if they would consider personalised lego people that you could tailor and order to give as gifts, think its something they should consider!

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Should I print my brochure Digitally or Lithographically?

By Gareth Coxon, June 9, 2008

One of the services we offer at Dot Design is the buying of print or print management as part of design projects. This can range from printing 100 flyers digitally to lithographically printing 50,000 festival programmes.

But to those individuals or companies who wish to source their own print (more…)

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