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Business Cards For Students

16 June 2015 21:00:30

The last month we have been awash with design students getting business cards printed for their year end shows. Today we had the final customers of the academic year and a business card we just had to share with you. Anna Trainor is a final year Textile artist and is bringing her work and our business cards to a show in London this coming weekend. She spotted the inspiration for her business card design on the way home and tweeted us about it. 


Good luck in London Anna.




Comments | Posted in Printing By Connor McAuley

New Site Live & Kicking

1 September 2009 15:20:00

You might have noticed a few things changing round these parts recently! Our new website is finally live and kicking. So welcome to Kaizen Print V 2.0, our amazing new home. The main purpose of the site redesign, was to allow for more products to be shown and indeed more prices, making things a little easier to navigate.

We hope you like it as much as we do! Now go buy some flyers and posters...please

Why does a relatively new printing site need a redesign?

As our business is so young, every day we are being presented with new opportunities and insights into how our customers are finding us and the products we have for sale that will benefit heir businesses. These insights show us our current short comings in communication and functionality that would make their ordering process simple and easier to manage. 

Adding the ability for our customers to buy online through a bespoke e-commerce platform ensures those who want to buy from us have the option to do so at a time of their choosing. By fully integrating our site in e-commerce, we are ensuring a seamless experience rather than an added after thought.

We’ve also launched this blog platform which I amusing now to communicate with our clients, to provide marketing advice, printing special offers and news from around Belfast that I believe to be of benefit to our clients such as Events and training we are attending.

As you can also see, this refresh is about taking our branding to the next level. We have a strong core brand, but in order to develop this, we needed to develop the secondary colour palette and typefaces affording us the ability to grow and develop this into new markets.

Finally, we updated the Kaizen Print website to shake things up. Now armed with our own in-house team, it was our opportunity to showcase the high level of skills and creative talent we have at our disposal. I think you’ll agree that there’s not a printer in Belfast with a website quite like ours.

Comments | Posted in Marketing Advice By Connor McAuley