• On large print projects we require all proofs to be approved in writing, preferably by signing and dating the "Proof Approval Form". If there are no corrections or alterations required, the customer must sign this sheet and fax it back to us. Any alterations should be clearly marked on the proof form, and the proof faxed back to us. Mailed proofs should be returned in a similar fashion. On most of small printing jobs we do not require a written proof. If your layout is done correctly, and no issues are encountered during the file processing, we will take the responsibility for the quality of print.
• For digital proofs, the customer must reply to the email stating that the proof is approved for printing. If alterations are required, these should be identified in the reply, or communicated to us via fax or e-mail: email@example.com
• We cannot accept proof approval by phone, although we can take simple instructions for corrections.