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April 2016

Vehicle Graphics the Touring Sales Team

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If your company vehicle is merely a transportation device that gets you from A to B, then you are missing out on the most mobile, far-reaching, print advertising opportunity available to you. In accordance with marketing experts, Vehicle graphics/wraps/branding/decals are one of the best ways of marketing businesses and has little to no downsides, and with the average person driving 6,488 miles a year, the number of people vehicle graphics can reach and the effect is endless. Read More

Why the Winter Blues Will Ruin Your Business

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Sitting here at my desk in Manchester, I can see it, creeping out from behind Beetham tower, I could be wrong but, no it is, The Sun! That’s right ladies and gentleman it’s that time of year where the sun is trying to shine, birds are awake at 5am singing on your windowsill and people are stocking up on antihistamines, you guessed it, it’s springtime, and in the same way, the world is refreshing itself, it may be time for your corporate signage to undergo some spring cleaning.
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Ainsley Signs supplies and produces a vast range of exhibition signage that can be shipped throughout the UK for use at your next exhibition

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Exhibition Signs are the signs used at exhibitions to promote and market a businesses brand. Exhibitions are group gatherings where people take their business in the hope of attracting new clients or possibly even new employees, but to do this successfully your business needs to be presented in the most professional and appropriate way possible. Ainsley Signs pride themselves on their high-quality products and their even higher quality customer service. Ainsley Signs has, for nearly 60 years, been creating signage for companies up and down the UK, and they can thank their dedication to providing top quality service to their long run in the business. Read More

Ainsley Signs manufactures top of the range professional directional signage to be used on your premises available throughout the UK

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Directional signage is the signage found on the premises of a business that instruct the general public on how to navigate their way around the site. Does your business have large premises? or  perhaps your business is made up of several buildings or the height of your business impacts your city’s skyline, whatever the case maybe Ainsley Signs is here to help by creating the perfect directional signage for your business. In some businesses, it is a matter of crucial health and safety to have directional signs that tell the public where to go, and in other businesses, it is a way of cutting down the amount of time spent looking for lost clients. Read More

T-Shirt Printing UK: Ideas for Eye-catching Designs

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Hardly anyone wears plain shirts. Hence, printed shirts sell much more than plain shirts. Prints offer creativity. They are a form of expression. In fact, there’s a burgeoning market for statement shirts and T-shirt printing. UK tees indeed have evolved from simply clothing articles to mediums of expression. If you want to design your own shirts or have someone else design it, taking a few things in consideration is worth your time. Read More

Screen T-Shirt Printing UK: 6 Easy Steps

By | Blog, DIY

Silk screen printing is one of the old ways to do T-shirt printing. UK T-shirt designers still do this despite the popularity of digital printing. Beginners can do this with just a few inexpensive materials.

Step 1: Get everything you need.

You need a screen and frame, photo emulsion and sensitizer, latex gloves, silk screen fabric ink, and a piece of cardboard. You also need a light bulk (preferably 250 watts). A dark room is essential.

Step 2: Make the image.

The image is the aspect of T-shirt printing UK artists consider most importantly. Beginners should start simple. Avoid fine detail or thin lines or anything that is difficult to work on a shirt. You can use photo editing software to create your image. You want a black image, which you need to print out on a transparency paper. The black image blocks out the light. Read More