How to set up Spot UV Business Cards

How to set up a Spot UV Business Card for print in Adobe Illustrator CS6

These instructions relate to Adobe Illustrator CS6 and are relevant to the UK print industry as of September 2014.

Dimensions of A paper sizes UK

uk standard print sizes

Dimensions of A paper sizes UK

Here is a list of the dimensions of A paper sizes in the UK as well as other standard sizes such as DL and CC.

  • CC 85mm x 55mm
  • A7 105mm x 74.25
  • A6 148.5mm x 105
  • DL 210mm x 99mm
  • A5 210mm x 148.5
  • A4 297mm x 210mm
  • A3 420mm x 297mm
  • A2 594mm x 420mm
  • A1 840mm x 594mm
  • A0 1188mm x 840mm

When setting your artwork for print click here to make sure they meet our artwork requirements.

Legal & Privacy

Legal information to include on your stationery

Apart from your company name and address, include all telephone landline numbers, fax machine number, email and website address, if applicable. It's also advisable to include mobile phone numbers, especially on business cards, and even home telephone numbers, depending on the nature of the business.

There are also a number of legal requirements, depending on the type of business you run.

There is no requirement for sole traders to register a business name. They can trade under their own names or choose a different business name. However, if as a sole trader you choose something other than your own name for the business, you will have to include your own name and the business address on all business letters, orders and receipts. Invoices must state your VAT registration number if applicable.

Partnerships must state on letters, orders, invoices and receipts the names of all partners and the address of the principal office or alternatively indicate where a list of partners may be inspected. Invoices must state your VAT registration number if applicable. Limited companies must show the name of the company, the country of registration, the company registration number, the address of the registered office and the address of its place of business, if different. There is no need to list the names of the company directors, but if you do, all must be shown. Invoices must show at least the company name and VAT number if applicable.

Publication of company name and details to be shown on a company's communications.

A company must disclose its name (as it appears in its memorandum of association) at its registered and sometimes other offices and on its communications. A company must also give other specified information on all its business letters, order forms and websites. The Companies (Trading Disclosures) Regulations (Statutory Instrument 2008/495) introduced some changes to the existing trading disclosures requirements from1 October 2008.

1. Where and how must I display the company name?

A company must display its name:

At its registered office and at the place where it keeps its company records for inspection. From 1 October 2008 this requirement will not apply to a dormant company if it has at all times since its incorporation been dormant i.e. it has "no significant accounting transactions" during a financial year or entries in the company's accounting records. Please refer to our Dormant Companies' guidance.
At any other place at which it carries on business. From 1 October 2008 this requirement will not apply if the location is used primarily for living accommodation, for example, if it is the director's home;
On all its business correspondence and documentation (in hard copy, electronic or any other form), including:
The company's business letters and order forms;
Bills of exchange, promissory notes, endorsements, cheques and orders for money or goods purporting to be signed by, or on behalf of, the company;
Bills of parcels, invoices, receipts and letters of credit; and its websites.
Please refer to The Companies (Trading Disclosure) Regulations 2008 (Statutory Instrument 2008/495) May 2009 – Version 23 As modified by the Companies Act 2006 Page 22 of 30.
The name must be in characters that can be read with the naked eye and be displayed continuously. From 1 October 2008, where the office, place or location is shared by six or more companies, each company is only required to display its registered name for at least fifteen continuous seconds at least once in every three minutes (this is to allow electrical displays with alternating names).

2. Must I show any other company details?

Yes. On all company's business letters, order forms (in hard copy, electronic or any other form) and its websites, the company must show in legible lettering:

(a) the part of the United Kingdom in which the company is registered which is:
For Companies registered in England and Wales either:

Registered in England and Wales; or
Registered in England; or
Registered in Wales; or
Registered in London; or
Registered in Cardiff.

For Companies registered in Scotland either:

Registered in Scotland; or
Registered in Edinburgh.

(b) the company's registered number;

(c) the address of the company's registered office.

If a business letter, order form or any of the company's websites includes more than one address, you should state which address is the registered office.

3. Are there any additional requirements?

Certain categories of company must state the following additional information on their business letters, order forms, (whether in hard copy, electronic or any other form) and websites:

(a) in the case of a limited company exempt from using the word 'limited', the fact that it is a limited company;

(b) in the case of a community interest company which is not a public company, the fact that it is a limited company; May 2009 – Version 23 As modified by the Companies Act 2006 Page 23 of 30

(c) if it is an investment company as defined by section 833 of the Companies Act 2006, the fact that it is this type of company;

(d) for a company with share capital, it is not necessary to state the share capital on stationery but, if the company chooses to do so, it must state its paid-up capital.

4. Do I have to display directors' names?

A company does not have to state the directors' names on its business letters, however, if it chooses to do so, it must state the names of all its directors. In other words, a company cannot be selective about which directors' names it shows - it must show all of them or none of them.

5. Are there special rules for charitable companies?

Section 68 of the Charities Act 1993 provides that a charitable company whose name does not include the word 'charity' or 'charitable' must state that it is a charity on company documents, including business letters, notices, invoices, bills of exchange, promissory notes and on any conveyances it executes. The relevant legislation in Scotland is the Charities and Trustee Investment (Scotland) Act 2005.

6. Do the rules apply to overseas companies?

A company formed outside Great Britain which opens a branch or place of business in Great Britain must register with Companies House and must publicly display similar details to those set out in this chapter. Our 'Overseas Companies' guidance gives full details.

7. What if the company is being wound up?

If the company is being wound up or is in administration or receivership or a moratorium is in force in respect of its debts, every invoice, order for goods, business letter or order form (in hard copy, electronic or any other form) must contain a statement that the company is being wound up.

8. Does the published company name have to be exactly the same as the registered name?

Minor variations in the form of a name will be permitted including the case of the letters, the use of punctuation, accents, etc and formatting. However, the differences must not result in there being a risk of confusion.

9. What is a company required to disclose when receiving a written request?

From 1 October 2008 any person dealing with the company may make a written request for the company to disclose the address of its registered office, the inspection place (any other place where it keeps its company records) and the type of company records May 2009 - Version 23 As modified by the Companies Act 2006 Page 24 of 30 which are kept at that office or place. The company must send a written response to that person within five working days of the receipt of that request.

10. What if the company fails to comply with these disclosure requirements?

The company and every one of its officers in default will be committing an offence and they may be liable to a fine. However, from 1 October 2008 the personal civil liability of officers under the Companies Act 1985 will be removed. This means, for example, that if the officer signs a cheque on behalf of a company in breach of the disclosure requirements, he is no longer personally liable to the holder of the cheque for any money.

The information printed above is meant as a guide only and it is suggested you visit the Companies House website for full up-to-date information.

The information given above is reproduced under the Crown copyright guidelines as provided at Companies House website:

Logo Supermarket Terms & Conditions

Please read this Legal Notice carefully because it governs your use of and affects your rights and liabilities under the law.
By accessing and using you are agreeing to the terms and conditions contained in this Legal Notice and the Privacy Policy. If you do not agree do not use

Conditions of Business:

1. Introduction
1.1 These terms and conditions ("the terms") govern every contract made between for the supply of goods and services to any person, firm or company ("the client").
1.2 The terms prevail over any written terms and conditions of the client.
1.3 Any variation to the terms must be agreed in writing by a director of
1.4 All contracts between and the client will be governed by English law and the parties agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.

2. Price and payment
2.1 The client will pay the fixed fee or current price list charge - whichever is agreed at the time of instruction.
2.2 Invoices from to the client for supply of goods or services should be paid in full using the online payment facility.
2.3 Invoices from to the client for services should be paid in full using the online payment facility.
2.4 The client must have a credit account with to receive goods or services.
2.5 reserves the right (without disclosing a reason) to demand payment for work on collection at any time.
2.6 The client will pay any expenses incurred by in connection with the recovery of monies outstanding (including legal costs on an indemnity basis).

3. Ordering
3.1 Orders for work must be given in writing to by the client.
3.2 Not withstanding clause 3.1, if accepts a verbal order from the client will not be held responsible for any mistakes (made by either party) arising from that verbal order.
3.3 reserves the right to refuse to accept any order.
3.4 does not have a full refund policy.
3.5 offer a full stationery design package of which letterhead, compliments slip, and business card allow limited revisions.

4. Quotations
4.1 All quotations given by will be valid for 28 days from the date of quotation.
4.2 If the clients final order changes from the original specification made for the quotation, reserves the right to vary the quotation.

5. Turnaround times
5.1 Turnaround times which are quoted on the web site are normal target times only and accepts no liability for failure to meet these times, but will use its best endeavours to do so.

6. Image sizes
6.1 Some transparencies and/or negatives do not have the exact same proportions as certain paper sizes. If this is the case, the client must inform if they require the full image area or if image should be cropped to fill the desired print size. If no instructions are given will print the full frame.

7. Print finish
7.1 Unless stated by the client, will decide, at its sole discretion, which print finish to use (either semi-matt or gloss).

8. ADSL data transmission
8.1 will not accept responsibility for loss of earnings to the client for untransmissable ADSL data. It is solely the responsibility of the client to ensure the receiving end of the ADSL transmission has an active compatible computer. It is also the responsibility of the client to ensure the correct ADSL address is given to

9. Uncollected work
9.1 If communication from the client is suspended for a period of 2 months or more retain the right to cancel the project from it's work schedule.
9.2 If any items of work including prints and original files belonging to a client are not collected after 12 months of the requested work being done, reserve the right to dispose of such material.

10. Copyright and moral rights
10.1 claims no copyright in material submitted to us for the purposes of fulfilling the clients instruction.
10.2 The client warrants that the client owns or controls all rights, has obtained all copyright, or has permissions, consents and waivers that as are now and hereafter required for all copying, processing, scanning, printing and manipulation to be undertaken by
10.3 The client also warrants that no copyright or moral rights will be infringed by carrying out the requested work.
10.4 The client agrees to indemnify against all losses, damages, claims or expenses which may incur by virtue of any breach of the above warranties.

11. Liability
11.1 The client must contact concerning details of an invoice within 7 days of the date of the invoice.
11.2's liability to the client or any other party for the loss including theft, or destruction or damage to any materials provided by the client which are deposited with for whatever reason;-
11.2.1 Will be limited to the replacement cost of the actual material and;
11.2.2 will not be liable for the cost of reshooting or reprinting the material contained on the material and;
11.2.3 will not be liable for any loss or damage to the client or any other party including loss of income and;
11.2.4 It is the clients responsibility to insure against such loss and damage.
11.3 will not be liable for failing to complete any contract between and the client due to circumstances beyond's control including loss of power supply, machine breakdown, loss of materials, fire, storm, flood, act of god, war, civil disturbance or terrorism.

Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy sets out the data processing practices carried out through the use of the Internet and the World Wide Web by If you have any requests concerning your personal information or any queries with regard to these practices please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Information collected

We collect personal information from visitors to ('the Site') through the use of online forms and every time you email us your details. We collect additional information automatically about your visit to our website.

Use of personal information

We process personal information collected via the Site for the purposes of:
providing and personalising our services
dealing with your enquiries and requests
providing you with information about products and services we offer

You may opt in by sending us an email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We may also use and disclose information in aggregate (so that no individuals are identified) for marketing and strategic development purposes.

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A cookie is a small piece of information sent by a web server to a web browser, which enables the server to collect information from the browser. Find out more about the use of cookies on We use 'cookies' to identify you when you visit this website and to keep track of your browsing patterns and build up a demographic profile. Our use of cookies also allows registered users to be presented with a personalised version of the site and have access to information about their account.


We will disclose personal information to other companies within our group of companies, successors in title to our business and suppliers we engage to process data on our behalf.

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The Site may contain links to other websites which are outside of our control and are not covered by this Privacy Policy. If you access other sites using the links provided, the operators of these sites may collect information from you which will be used by them in accordance with their privacy policy, which may differ from ours.

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Given that the Internet is a global environment, using the Internet to collect and process personal data necessarily involves the transmission of data on an international basis. Therefore, by browsing this website and communicating electronically with us, you acknowledge and agree to our processing of personal data in this way.

Copyright and Trademark

This website contains trademarked imagery. The portfolio section of the website contains examples of original work carried out by Igloo Imaging for various commercial clients. All third party items, including names, logos, service marks, product visuals, copyrights and trademarks are the property of their respective holders. You may not copy, adapt, reproduce or otherwise transmit any text, imagery or other content from the website for any commercial or public use. Any usage whatsoever requires prior written permission.

About us

Logo Supermarket Limited are logo design and printing experts. We have been designing and printing since 2003 and are a British company based in Newcastle upon Tyne (UK).

All our Logo Designs are 100% unique, brand-new designs, no clip-art or stock images are used. There are no standard forms to fill out or generic questions regarding your logo design, we call you and ask you what you need, we discuss your idea and how best to take it forward. Once we are clear on where you want to start then we put a few proofs together and go from there, around 90% of the time we nail it first time round and the rest of the time it takes a few tweaks before we get sign off. When you are happy with the design we create your final logo files that can be used across a wide variety of platforms and media. Trust the experts at Logo Supermarket.

When it comes to printing we take quality very seriously. For a while clients would constantly request the cheapest option and at times that compromised the quality but in this day and age with the advanced printing technology we have at our disposal we can offer the hoghest standards at the most competative prices.

We print a wide range of products but if there is something unique you are after then we can always provide a quote to meet those requirements.


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