This time round, I’d like to offer you some tips about how to produce digital print files, especially with regards to resolution at print. Up to now, we’ve taken a look at the bleed, i.e. what to look out for when deciding what to crop, and at colours and colour modes, where I gave you […]
If your business is growing and you now find yourself having to send out a large amount of printed correspondence, there are probably a few things left to learn about letter writing that could make your life a lot easier. Wouldn’t it be great if you could use window envelopes, for example, so that you […]
In today’s part of our “How to” feature, I’m taking a look at the differences between colour models and modes. The idea is to explain to you how another central principle of producing print files works. Choosing the right colour space is crucial to offset printing, and so in what follows, I’m going to give […]
A new year means new opportunities. Or to put it another way: 365 days and so much to do. The year may have only just begun, but already our planners are bursting with jobs to do and deadlines to meet. Some people are really good at setting up systems for structuring their workload and making […]
Welcome to the first article in our “How to” series. The idea behind it is to offer you support in producing files for printing and also to give you a range of valuable background information. I’ll be taking a closer look at topics like image resolution, colour spaces, and typography.
Most of you are no doubt familiar with the abbreviation CMYK already, but do you know what it is that makes this colour model so important within the printing industry? In this article, I hope to shed some light on the CMYK colour model for you by outlining the key things you need to know […]