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DESIGN & LAYOUT

You’ve got ideas about how best to present your business—and we’ve got the equipment and knowledge you need to bring your ideas to life.

Oregon can provide creative direction to help you produce pieces that speak to your audience. Our graphic designers are well-versed in the latest design software and trends, and can help you create print pieces that stand out from the pack.

But we do more than just help you design and brainstorm. We’ll also:

  • Follow your brand guidelines. If you’ve worked with multiple print providers in the past, you know that matching colors and other branding specifications is sometimes easier said than done. That’s why we pay such close attention to detail. Your logos, fonts, colors, and paper preferences will stay just the way you like them.
  • Prepare your piece for special effects. Specialty pieces often require unusual techniques. For example, if your prints will be die cut, perforated, folded, or embossed later in production, we’ll take that into account in the design phase. Keeping the whole process in mind from start to finish helps us avoid delays later on.
  • Create reusable templates. Chances are, you’ll eventually want to reprint many of the pieces you order. We make refreshing pieces easy with design templates that you and your designers can work from. Templates are especially important for mail campaigns, which must follow precise postal regulations.
  • Keep your files for future use. No need to worry about losing track of your design files. When you work with Oregon, we’ll keep your files on hand indefinitely. So when you’re ready to get started on a new project, we will be, too.

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