Designers have their favorite tools. Some of us old people remember the Pagemaker versus Quark wars which was like debating about Democrats and Republicans. No one is changing their mind.
The one platform that rarely is debated is the illustration tool. Adobe Illustrator won without any serious competitors. It is an amazing tool for design and we love it from a production standpoint. Vector art produces the best output but when it comes to variable data we recommend InDesign.
If you’re an Illustrator purist, there are options for you. Click the link below to learn how to set up variable data in Illustrator, it’s definitely for the advanced user.
Have fun reading (yeah, it’s a bit dry) and hurry up and create some awesome looking variable data envelopes we can produce for you and make your customers smile.
Variable Data Envelope Printing
We’ve had lots of requests for this service and we are finally able to make it happen through online ordering on StationeryHQ.com.
We are releasing this in A2 and A7 sizes initially. If we don’t have issues we will release A6 soon and will bring variable data to other products also.
To order envelope addressee printing, simply set up your addresses as follows:
1. Create a multi-page, black or color, 7.25″ x 5.25″ document with each name and address on a single page for the A7 envelope. For A2 file size should be 5.75 x 4.375.
2. Save the file as a high resolution, multi page pdf file.
3. Upload the file.
4. Proof your artwork (you can view as many pages as you’d like).
5. Complete your order.
Go nuts with your typography. Once your file is ready, click here to get started.