Christmas and greeting cards

Marketing material

Newsletters and magazines

Brochures and flyers

Annual reports

Prospectuses

Reports and infographics

Successful brand recognition relies on consistency across all your communication channels. This, together with strong design, differentiates you from your competitors.

We will work with you to clearly and creatively communicate to the people at the core of your business, and advise on the most effective design solutions for all your print requirements.

We can help you produce a wide range of marketing material, including:

  • Annual reports
  • Books
  • Banners and signage
  • Brochures and flyers
  • Logos
  • Posters
  • Presentation folders
  • Prospectuses
  • Stationery

Looking for corporate stationary?

Using UniPrint Online Ordering, UWA staff can order customised corporate stationery and have it charged directly to their business unit.

Find out more

Reprint a previous job

If you have previously submitted a job that doesn't require any further design work, please:

Request a reprint

Design requests for UWA

Please complete the Digital and Creative print design job request form:

Print graphic design
request

After submitting this request, a Digital and Creative consultant will be in touch to start your project. If you would like to discuss your request prior to submitting this form, please contact Jenni Wallis on (08) 6488 3965 or email jenni.wallis@uwa.edu.au.

Design work requested by UWA business units may be non-chargeable.

Design requests for external clients

Please submit a:

Print graphic design
request

After submitting this request, a UniPrint consultant will be in touch to start your project. If you would like to discuss your request prior to submitting this form, please contact us.

Budget-saving tips

Keeping costs down by working together with UniPrint is simple!

You may not realise that every change/edit you make can add to the cost of your job. By following the tips listed below, you can keep your design hours (and therefore, costs) to a minimum.

Brief the designer with all the information

  • Provide the final approved size and format at the initial brief when possible.  Changing a document size/format after design has begun often requires artwork to start from scratch.

How to supply text and images

  • Provide absolute approved final text and content (it takes time to re set text many times).
  • Image quality: Minimum size 2Mb / 2000Kb. Avoid web images  as these do not print well, and are copyrighted.
  • Keep original image names. The original file name is used to find print resolution versions of images.

How best to make edits

  • Edits to PDF proofs should ideally be done as digital sticky notes using Acrobat. This way changes are clear, and can be copied out, rather than retyped.
  • Collect all changes from all parties and provide in one email. Opening the job on multiple occasions for a number of small changes, and creating new proofs each time can add more time to the job.
  • Make sure the writing (and scan) is legible if marking up edits on a hardcopy.
  • Time spent taking edits over the phone count towards billable design hours, so it pays to be concise.