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2550 United Lane
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007 USA

Achieving The Highest Standards Every Day!

Nice people. Tough standards. We love what we do. The passion we have for our work enables us to take ownership of our clients' projects. We constantly strive to deliver the highest-quality products possible. Our customers have come to rely on us to provide sound technical support and advice. There is no greater satisfaction than delivering a finished product that helps a client reach its goals and objectives. We specialize in helping to solve problems.

Our Mission

Our mission is to become and remain a vital segment of our customers' businesses by providing timely, quality and competitively priced graphic communications products, while at the same time continually utilizing our creative and innovative abilities to help improve the competitive position of our customers as well as our company.

Guiding Principles

We have been in business for over 75 years and we're proud of the strong roots we've built in our community. We pride ourselves upon being a complete source for all of your business printing needs and have always focused on positioning ourselves at the leading edge of technology. We understand that an investment in technology can actually save money by improving efficiencies.  We strongly believe in balancing the "high-tech" with the "high-touch."

We will continue to evolve as a diversely skilled, fast-moving team of professionals ready to learn from each other and meet whatever challenges our clients may face.

5 Signs It's Time for a Website Redesign

5 Signs It's Time for a Website Redesign

Online marketing is important. We all know that. We know the Internet isn’t going away anytime soon, so for small businesses, marketers and individuals, having an online presence is necessary to connecting and engaging with like-minded professionals.

And the biggest advertisement for online marketing efforts? Your website. Websites are the most powerful online communication tool for companies and individuals alike. So what does it say when your website is… not so great? How do you know when your website needs an update? Today we're going to find out. Let’s take a look at how you can find the five signs it’s time for a website redesign.

1. The website is not responsive.
First, if your website is not response, then it’s definitely time to look into getting a new one. What does responsive mean? Responsive means the site is mobile-friendly, or it adjusts whichever screen it’s viewed on: desktop computer, tablet or smartphone. Recently, Google has updated its search engine to prioritize responsive websites on its search results pages. This means if your website is not responsive, and someone searches a keyword related to your mission, then your page is going to get pushed to the bottom of the pile. In other words, a responsive site is a necessity to keep up with changing technology and stay relevant to Internet users.

2. The website is outdated.
If your website was made back in 1997 (or even resembles the era), then it’s probably time for a redesign. Your website reflects who you are, so if it’s outdated, it in turn makes the company or the individual look outdated, uninformed and even unprofessional. An outdated website is a sure-fire way to get visitors to run away as quickly as they came, so if you want your website visitors to actually stay, then your website should be current and inviting.

3. The website doesn’t match your brand.
Perhaps you recently (or maybe not that recently) updated your business or personal brand, without updating your website to reflect it. If the website is immensely different from your brand, it can create a confusing experience for consumers. While you don’t want to redesign your website all the time, it should reflect where you are in business. Update your design whenever necessary to match the current brand and voice you strive for.

4. The website loads slowly.
If you can take a nice long walk around the building while your website is loading, then it’s time for a new design. Slow loading rates frustrate and annoy website visitors, which makes them more likely to close out of your site and try a competitor’s. A new redesign can help to boost your loading rates and make your site more engaging for future consumers.

5. The website has a high bounce rate.
What’s a bounce rate, you ask? A bounce rate refers to website visitors who come to your site and leave quickly, rather than browsing and clicking through multiple pages. If you have website analytics, the bounce rate is something you can learn through those. The goal is for your bounce rate to be as low as possible, so if yours is obnoxiously high, it may be time to consider a new website. An engaging, interactive, interesting website is more likely to draw visitors in and invite them to stay awhile, making it more likely for them to connect with you.

Whether your website is for business or personal, a clean, crisp and current design is the key to bringing in site visitors and growing your network. If your website falls into any of these categories, it may be time for an upgrade. Give it a shot to see how it can grow your professional development.