If you wish to provide your own artwork to either the graphic design team to incorporate elements into your bespoke banner or if you wish to have your own artworks printed then please follow the guidelines set out below.
Image Bleeds & Size
When providing artwork or uploading your own via the website, bleeds are not necessary. If your banner requires eyelets it is recommended that you leave any text at least a 2” from the edge of the banner as the eyelets maybe placed and obstruct any letters they may fall on.
It is also advised that the images provided are in proportion to the banners ordered. If they are not then the images will either be cropped to fill the banner size or white space will be left on two sides of the banner. Alternatively, banner designs may be rejected if they break any terms and conditions or are deemed inappropriate.
BannerSex prints whatever images are provided, however if the resolution or image size is too small it is possible that the print will not meet our QA standards. It is advised therefore, that all images and artworks provided either via the live chat /feature or your own custom banner upload have at least a resolution of 150DPI or the image is large enough to be scaled without a huge loss of quality.
We currently only accept the JPEG and PDF file types for online submission of artwork. Please do not provide other file types such as EPS, PSD and PNG as these cannot currently be processed. If you do not have access to file conversion software then please use on online service or contact our support team at email@example.com or give us a call.
An exception is made however when using the live design studio. File types that can be opened in Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Illustrator are accepted – thus EPS, PSD and PNG amongst others are accepted.
Artwork & the Live Design Studio
Due to the system in place, if you require a banner design via our live studio any artwork provided must be during the live session. We will not accept artwork submitted outside of the design session unless under exceptional circumstances such as file corruption.