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April 2012

Printing on uncoated stock is new to the University and the effect that it has on images and publications is getting mixed responses.

This has as much to do with the images that are being used as the paper itself. Remember: quality in, quality out.


When printing on uncoated paper, there are a few recommendations and processes that should be followed including choosing images for printing on uncoated paper. This is because colours look duller when printed on uncoated paper.

Below is a process that we have found to be effective, based on recommendations from SOS Print and Media.


Hopefully you’ve caught a glimpse of the University’s new brand campaign, which has launched with a bang across our website, social media and communication channels. If you haven’t… stop… go straight to and see first hand what it’s all about.