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Dot It

2001 E Randol Mill Rd., Ste 117, Arlington, TX 76011
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Business Description

Dot It is a printing company based in Arlington that offers to print, pack, and ship restaurant brands and supplies throughout the country. It provides restaurants with customized in-store printing of menus, napkins, window clings, and various types of signage. Its marketing team can design coupons, gift cards, mailers, and other materials to draw new customers to their restaurant. Dot It helps businesses build brand awareness by placing advertising on T-shirts, pens, hats, keychains, and other cool items.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What should I look for when choosing a print shop?

One of the primary factors to consider when choosing a print shop is the type of project you need to complete. Some shops only do basic printing jobs, while others offer graphic design services to help clients develop the printed material they need. Some print shops specialize in a certain type of project, such as large-format documents, so this is also a consideration.

Why do printed colors look different from what I saw on my screen?

The variances between monitors and monitor settings can produce a slightly different color on the screen than what the project will look like once it’s printed. The most efficient way to combat this is to order a proof of the project. This is a one-off printed version of the project that enables you to see exactly what it will look like when it’s completed.


What\'s the difference between RGB and CMYK?

RGB and CMYK are specialized color codes. RGB is used for digital media, and CMYK is used for printed media. The initials represent the primary colors used to produce other colors. RGB stands for red, green, and blue. CMYK stands for cyan, magenta, yellow, and black. Digital CMYK renderings produce the closest result to what the project will look like when printed.

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