Posts in: Pre-press
01/12/2008

If you’ve wanted to test the color range your printer is capable of, we’ve got just the document for you. It is extremely useful for web to print design and production.

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29/09/2008

There are good reasons why some colors don’t look the same on your printouts as they do on your monitor. More »

14/10/2008

The inks you select for your job can affect both readability and price.

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03/11/2008

Depending on what process you’ll be using, dot gain is something that may have a large impact on your final print.
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14/10/2008

Many people are inclined to use the terms DPI and PPI interchangeably, but that can be dangerously misleading. Web-to-print templates for print products should be using DPIs and web-to-print templates for banners and other on-screen templates should use PPI.

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21/10/2008

It’s advisable to keep your target printing environment in mind when setting up your files. Depending on the format of your web-to-print document, the colors may print in in unexpected manner without adjustment.
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14/10/2008

If you know the ultimate destination for your web-to-print artwork, you can build the file accordingly — which helps optimize readability, document size,, web-to-print processing time and time during the production cycle.
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14/10/2008

There are several ways for screenprint jobs to be misprinted, but there are also different things you can do to compensate for that when building your web-to-print artwork.

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03/11/2008

Creating a high-resolution image from a low-resolution original is no substitute for starting with high-rez data… no matter how many times you’ve seen it done with spy-satellite photos in the movies.
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