Courts Design finds formula for creative success with new OKI Printer
Courts Design is a small multi-disciplinary creative agency based in Hartley Wintney, Hampshire. With over 30 years of history, its core business involves the design, construction and installation of exhibition stands and display interiors. In delivering its specialist marketing and creative services, Courts Design faced the twin challenges of growing competition and increasing time constraints. To combat these pressures, the company was continually seeking ways to raise the quality of printed output while ensuring it could consistently meet tight deadlines. Printing in full colour is key to Courts Design, especially when it comes to generating high-impact visuals. To meet its high-impact colour printing needs, Courts Design decided to upgrade to the OKI C9600, a flexible colour printer from OKI that can be configured to handle either A3 or A4-sized paper. Courts Design now uses the printer extensively for all its graphic design work, including brochures, direct mail documentation and marketing flyers, as well as client reports and presentations.
“ We’ve benefited immensely from the C9600’s flexible paper handling. Unlike our previous device, it switches easily between different paper sizes, types and textures. This allows us to cut the time taken to develop new materials.” Mike Abbott, Head Creative of Graphics, Courts Design
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