You want a eco friendly binder and you want to find a great way to customize it? Check it out.
1. Labeling. $ Great Flexibility
Maximum creative possibility with minimum $. This requires a printer and a computer that allows you to design with photos, text or other things you like.
This was done from a photo of a rail car printed on a full sheet Avery label, trimmed and applied to the spine of the binder.
Organizing a green business? Make a label template and only change the text of what is in the binders. This gives a clean look to your entire shelf.
2. Temporary Tattoos. $ Unique look
Temporary tattoos offer a unique and fun alternative to labeling. With no white backgrounds, the bare board (or colored paper) shines through.
Unique shapes and color make this the poor man’s foil stamping. Or the hip woman’s creative branding.
3. Screen Printing $$ Fun and versatile
If you have mad skills (or know someone who does), screening is a great option for both the bare board binders and the New Project Binders.
The binders screen really well and screen print shops around the country have printed on them with no trouble.
4. Digitally Printed Binders $$
Now, you can’t get this through Naked Binder, but you can get it through their sister company Corporate Image.
This is the Quickship binder, a digital spine wrap that tends towards the front cover and can be over either the black binder or the bare board.
Minimum order is 50, and they are great for proposals and conferences, big meetings… or anything really.
5. Offset Printed Binders $$$
When you need the very best printed 3-ring binders, offset printing is the way. While digital printing has become really clean, offset is still a step up ( a little like digital photos and film – film just gives that little extra).
At Corporate Image (again) the minimum quantity is 250, so this is for larger runs. These give some great shelf presence for architecture offices, financial and healthcare binders.
6. Foil Stamping. $$$ Feeling Classic?
Foil Stamping gives that feel of a really good book. You can stamp on cloth, printed binders, or bare board.
Clean, elegant and eye catching, many industries are doing this but we find financial institutions like the sense of permanence and elegance it provides.