Packhelp AR Mobile App

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Ever wanted to measure packaging for your products before ordering larger quantities of them? With Packhelp mobile app it’s you can do it on your phone – using augmented reality available on iOS 11. (...)

Introducing Product Boxes

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Starting today, we’re adding product boxes to our offer. Available in a classic or two piece version, they fit perfectly on a store shelf and can be used as gift boxes. Surely you’ll like them. (...)

Vector vs raster. What’s the difference?

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As you design boxes in our box editor you can come across the message “if possible, please use vector files”. What does this alert mean? How can you check whether you’re using vectors? And finally, is it really a must? (...)

What is offset printing?

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You probably know the notion of “offset printing”. What is it exactly? Is it worth the effort? And finally, should you care about it? (...)

Black colour in print – a beginner’s guide

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Black colour is tricky, isn’t it? Look at our guide and learn how to use black colour and not to go crazy. (...)

CMYK vs. RGB, what’s the drill?

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CMYK, RGB, WTF. What’s with the color spaces and why they look different on paper and on the computer screen? (...)

ITMAGINATION: welcome packs for children

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„Welcome on board” – says the claim on the box that the ITMAGINATION employees receive. However, the set isn’t made for them, but for far bigger personages. (...)

Upcycling. Second life of packaging

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Ever heard about upcycling? Even if you haven’t, you surely do it on a daily basis. Thanks to upcycling various objects, packages mostly, they gain a second life and, more importantly – an additional value. (...)

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How to ship your bike in a secure way? Pretend that it’s a telly!

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It really doesn’t matter how many „FRAGILE” or „this side up” stickers or how many symbols of glass you put on the package – sometimes delivery guys will ignore them all. Actually, not exactly all of them – the company Van Moof, which makes bikes has found an excellent to speak the delivery guys’ minds. (...)

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