How to Order and Upload Artwork

Hi! We're thrilled to be able to serve you. If your order’s good to go and all we need is your artwork, then go to our Upload Artwork section at the bottom of this page.

If you haven't ordered yet, review our "How to Order" process below.


How to Order

Here’s our 5-step ordering process. (Bonus: You only need to do Steps 1-3!)

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  • 1. Choose your product(s). If you're the DIY type, add your selections to your cart and proceed through the check-out process. If you want more guidance, get in touch with one of our Displayologists (800.207.0311).
  • 2. Upload your artwork. If your order includes custom graphics, please supply print-ready files. When your artwork is ready, you (or your favorite graphic designer), can visit the Upload Artwork section at the bottom of this page, and follow the instructions there.
  • 3. Approve your proof. After you’ve ordered and we have your print-ready artwork, our Artwork Assurance team will review your file(s) to ensure that the end result = beautiful graphics. You’ll receive an email proof within one business day, and we’ll begin our production process once you sign off on the proof.
  • 4. Let us work our magic! Our dedicated and meticulous production staff will ensure your display is produced quickly and accurately.
  • 5. Expect your shipment. Once your order ships, you’ll get an email with tracking information and the final order receipt.

P.S. You’re welcome to contact us during any step of the process.

Upload Your Artwork

Artwork Requirements:

  • Templates provided on product pages must be delivered at 100 DPI unless otherwise noted. Contact us if you need help finding a template..
  • Text in Illustrator must be outlined, and all linked images must be provided. Click here for help on outlining text.
  • High-resolution file must be submitted in one of the following formats: .AI, .EPS, .JPG*, .PDF, .PSD, or .TIF*
  •       Acceptable Artwork File - Adobe Illustrator AI File  Acceptable Artwork File - EPS  Acceptable Artwork File - Hight Resolution JPEG  Acceptable Artwork File - PDF  Acceptable Artwork File - Photoshop PSD  Acceptable Artwork File - TIFF
  • PMS (Pantone Matching System) colors must be provided for any critical colors.
  • Areas requiring a deep, rich black should use the following CMYK values: 60% cyan, 60% magenta, 60% yellow, 100% black.
  • Files should be quality-checked. Tip: zooming into an image at 100% should provide a good idea of what the final print will look like.

*Flat files (e.g. .JPG or .TIF) limit our ability to match Pantone colors or do any other color matching.

Send us your artwork!



If you’re still shopping and don’t have artwork ready yet, don’t sweat it! We actually recommend you place your order before uploading your art. After you’ve placed your order, please follow the instructions below and complete the form to the right. Please include your order number in the Details box.

  1. Review the Artwork Requirements section above.
  2. Please compress all files into a .zip folder to speed up your transfer.
  3. Fill out the upload form on the right side of this page.
  4. If you already have a Displayit representative, please include his or her name in the Details box.
  5. If you're sending artwork to a specific Displayit representative, please include his or her name in the comment box.
  6. Click "Choose File" to select your file(s).
  7. Click the "Send File(s)" button.
  8. Don’t close the page until the upload is complete.
  9. You’ll receive an email once your upload is complete. When we receive your files, we’ll review your artwork to make sure everything looks correct. If there are any issues, we’ll let you know.
  10. If you have trouble with our embedded upload form, try sending it to us via WeTransfer.

What is Print-Ready Art?

If you choose to send us your artwork, it must arrive here in an acceptable form. If you're a graphic designer, you know what AI and EPS files are, and how to work with the templates we provide for Photoshop and Illustrator. You know what we mean when we refer to bleeds, safe zones, and vector files versus raster files. If you're not comfortable with these terms and applications to produce production-ready artwork, you need to work with a graphic designer to create your artwork for you.

For some of our Clients, WE are their favorite graphics designer! If you have a great idea for your project but don't know how to put together a professional design (or even if you need help conceptualizing a design from the ground up), we’ve got a Design Services team standing by to help you. Our graphic designers are the best in the business and they’re very familiar with our products and designing great displays based on your needs.

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