The Client

Roy Press Printers began in New York City’s Greenwich Village back in 1886. They relocated to Monmouth County’s Jersey Shore in the 1960’s. They serve area businesses and organization using sustainable products and recycling procedures that exceed industry requirements.  As Roy Press’ office manager and designer, I worked with the owner to upgrade their systems to keep up with an increase in demand ‒ and an increase in competition. 

The Project

Roy Press Printers accepts files in a number of formats from a wide range of clients. In order to improve the pre-press process, I created technical guidelines for accepting digital files with instructions for best practices. In order to improve workflow behind the scenes, I replaced their outdated film system with a more current computer-to-plate system. I updated the office network to accommodate the new workflow.

I also re-created their original logo and updated all of their materials to reflect a restored brand for this company that’s remained in the same family for four generations.

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