Yay! InDesign Templates!

You asked and we delivered—InDesign downloadable templates have been added to our website! Now, we have all three of the most popular design software for your designing needs (Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign).

If you’ve never used a template and have experienced issues with preparing your files, or just want to simply save the time and extra hassle, we highly recommend designing your files on our downloadable templates. Many of our new customers, especially those who don’t have a graphic design background, find these templates extremely helpful and simple to use.

InDesign downloadable templates on gotprint.com

By designing on any one of our downloadable templates, you won’t have to worry about providing the right amount of bleed (as it’s already provided for you) or worry about creating your own guidelines to ensure important elements such as text and graphics don’t get trimmed off (this is there too). In addition, the templates are set in CMYK color mode and the correct resolution. All you have to do is follow the instructions and the guidelines, remove them after you’re done designing, and send us your files. It’s almost* foolproof.

We hope this new feature will incite a couple of ‘yays’ and ‘woo-hoos’. Happy designing GotPrint customers!

*Print-ready files are also contingent on customers following directions carefully.

Nareh S.

With over 10 years of experience in content marketing and writing, Nareh enjoys creating content for blogs, websites, advertisements - just about anything you can think of. A self-proclaimed wordsmith, Nareh enjoys compelling, witty taglines and phrases. When not writing, Nareh enjoys traveling and eating a ridiculous amount of avocados.

6 thoughts to “Yay! InDesign Templates!”

  1. Absolutely. First, choose a template, then when you're on QD, just click on "delete all", and it will delete that image/background. Then, you can add your own text and images.

  2. Is it possible to provide my own image on the front and simply fill in text on the back? QD prompts me to choose a stock image for front. Thanks! 🙂

  3. Hello, you may design your files on a software and upload to our website, or you may use our Quick Designer or Advanced Designer programs to design the files. The Quick Designer is the easiest way to simply fill in text and add images. Hope this helps!

  4. how/where can i just simply fill in what text i want on the back of my business card w/o 'designing a template' like at other sites like moo??

  5. Hi Perky,

    You would simply have to remove the layer with the guidelines, which is the first layer. Simply drag that initial layer to the trash can icon to delete it completely. Hope this helps.

  6. I'm struggling with this. I don't get how you "remove them after you are done designing." How do you remove the template? My background is with documents, so I must be locked into another way of thinking.

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