1/0 – One color ink front, No print on the back
1/1 – One color ink front, One color ink on the back
4/0 – Full Color Front, Blank Back
4/1 – Full Color Front, black ink Back
4/4 – Full Color Front & Back
[Glossy] Lamination or Coating ( Glossy, UV Coating, Matte, Aqueous, etc.): Most cards are finished with some sort of coating to improve the look and durability of the card once it is printed. Depending on the manufacturer and price, you may have a few options to choose from. Glossy UV is a very common option, and provides a glossy, reflective-type look to the card face. Aqueous coating gives the face some sheen, but not nearly as much as UV gloss coating. Matte is the standard looking paper-finish look.
UV coating, or ultraviolet coating, is a very glossy, shiny liquid coating applied to a printed paper surface and cured on a printing press or special machine using ultraviolet light. The coating hardens, or cures when it is exposed to ultra violet radiation.
UV coating makes your printed piece eye catching, and is perfect for products such as postcards, hand-out sheets, presentation folders, business cards and catalogs, or any product that can benefit from a rich, glossy and dramatic look.