Printing and Graphic Design Works

BIF Creative Agency

Experience an all-new dimension of creative works at our agency!

Flawless Design

We infuse perfection even in the smallest of our assignments.

Customized Orders

We cater to all your needs and requirements.

Offer on Bulk Orders

We have ample discount schemes for bulk orders!

World-Class Quality

Quality is something we never compromise on.

Quick Delivery

We value your precious time.

Easy-To Place an Order

We’re easily accessible – try out!

What We Do

Online Banners

We give a creative twist to those otherwise plain online banners.

Canvas Design

Designs as per your choice – on a canvas base.

Online posters

Posters give you freedom of creativity, and we make the most use of it!


Your design agency is indeed a creative lot with a lot of unique ideas. It’s always fun working with you guys as you have a different outlook which makes even the simplest of all things look fantastic. Great work, keep going!

Jack Ricks

Web Engineer, Microsoft

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Essential Tools for every graphic designer in 2018

The scenario in the graphic designing sector is changing! And 2018 has brought in a sea of change into this sector. From bold colours to gradients to multi-colour branding, it’s all new – and graphic designers have to keep up with these changes. Here’s a list of tools which will help all graphic designers. Catch hold of them, make use of them and revel in this new phase!

Adobe’s Creative Cloud:
This software is well-equipped to help you keep up with the demands of the industry. The added features and easy-to-use, learn and understand the nature of this softwares is what makes it stand apart from the rest. It’s just the perfect software, but it’s a bit expensive. But you sure should go for it if it fits in your budget! The built-in features in this software come very handy to fulfil all your client’s requirements. So do go for it if you can afford it!


Again, coming from House Adobe. As mentioned earlier, the demand for new, whacky, colourful and vibrant logos is increasing. Each one wants to have a logo that’s bang on and it’s the designer’s work to come up with this unique designs for each client. Adobe’s Kuler comes into your rescue here! It helps you experiment with various colour related aspects and come up with altogether different shades that you can use to impress clients!

Pantone matching system:
Many a time, the colour shade chosen by clients comes out to be something else when printed. The possibility of this difference in colour has to be made clear to your client at the beginning itself. So instead of “It will be slightly darker than this” or “It will tone down, like that colour”, it’s better you invest in the Pantone Matching System. Pantone has the before and after shades for comparison and it will help your client make a better and informed choice.


Who says designing ends once the design and colour are finalised? What about the font?! Fonts carry a vital place in graphic designing as they have the capacity to change the look of the entire design – either enhance or ruin it! Here, Fontshop comes to your rescue –it is equipped with tonnes of fonts which you can try and test on your designs to check which goes best. You can easily go ahead and create the best match!

So, what are you waiting for? Go hurry and get your tools in place – and yes, you can thank me later!

BIF Creative Designs Guide 101: Eco-friendly printing

A lot of emphases is being laid on introducing eco-friendly measures in various sectors. Curbing pollution, controlling effluent release, reducing wastage …all means to ensure minimal harm to the environment are either being enforced or voluntarily adopted. So can the printing sector adopt eco-friendly measures? Read on to know more!

If you think recycled paper is the option here, it’s a big no. That’s because a lot of chemicals go into the recycling process of the used paper and this doesn’t make it environment-friendly in any sense. The way out here is the usage of paper that has been sourced from sustainable tree plantations, recyclable fibres and other alternative sources. Introducing usage if these papers will help you contribute in a better way towards the environment.

Energy consumption:

You can opt for renewable sources of energy to power all your machinery. A lot of printing agencies are now choosing for solar and wind energy to run their machines. Of course, you can keep electric power as a backup option to keep your machines running, but the majority of the power can be generated using renewable energy sources. This will not only help you cut down on power bills but also help you do your bit towards the environment.

Biodegradable ink:

A new range of biodegradable inks based on vegetable oils has come up in the market. Natural, organic elements also do the pigmentation of these inks. Using chemical ink may be affordable, but the adverse effects it has on the environment are immense. You can opt for these biodegradable inks which have a similar outcome as the chemical inks. And yes, they also come in the same colours as the chemical inks. So swap these and make an eco-friendly choice by using the bio-ink.

Minimise wastages:

You have to introduce and adopt systems in your agency that help you in minimising wastage in any form. You can implement “Print on demand” and start the printing procedure only when you get the order confirmation. This will give you three-fold benefit – saves energy, saves paper and saves ink. You sure don’t want to waste the three primary materials on which your business thrives. So make sure you adopt measures which will reduce your wastage, save your money and at the same time save the environment.

You can also make sure you let your customers know about your efforts as an organisation towards the environment – many people these days look out for organisations which use eco-friendly ways and means to contribute towards the environment. This works as a win-win situation for both you and the environment!