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Over the past seven years, GraphicsAnywhere has helped small entrepreneurs, business owners and dreamers design custom design concepts and expert marketing. Our online print design service will assist you in finding custom items you need such as business cards promotional marketing, business cards and more to design a style that you are enthralled with.
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Five things that every designer needs to know about design for print
You spent sufficient time to get a perfect design for your brand. Therefore, the most important thing you’d like to avoid is to see them be returned from printing with a blurry, chaotic mess.
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However, if your professional life focusing exclusively on digital design and you’re unsure about the best way to go about printing a design. In this article, we provide five key aspects you should be aware of, and provide sources to further expand your knowledge.
01. The distinction in RGB and CMYK
The computer system your software uses to create colors on your screen is not the same as the printers utilize. Computer graphics employ the RGB color scheme, which comprises blue, green and red. Printers operate with a cyan, magenta black, and yellow color sets which is commonly referred to CMYK.
The RGB system can produce a larger spectrum of colors than many printers can produce. If the designs you create are to be digital-only then your software should be changed to RGB. If the design is printed it must be CMYK.
But even when working in CMYK the image you see on your screen may not be what you’ll see on your printed item. This is that’s why proofing the designs are essential.
02. Resolution is crucial.
When working on the internet resolution doesn’t pose an issue. However, when printing, you’ll require very high-resolution images otherwise, your prints will appear blurry, discolored and unclear. Print output is a matter of measurement, and the primary measure that you should be concerned about is the DPI, which stands for dots for every inch.
The best way to do this is setting your program to the highest DPI, which is around 300. There’s no advantage to setting it any higher. It is likely to make your file much larger and less user-friendly.
Be aware also that DPI is not to be confused with the term PPI (pixels per inch) which deals with the number of dots within a sq inch screen, which is why it is used to design digitally, not printing design.
03. How your design scales
When you see your artwork on the screen it might appear perfect. But if the design is going print at a larger size (such as billboards or posters) or a significantly smaller size (such for an ad card) You must think about how the various components of the design will be scaled.
The most significant aspects are the typography. To ensure that the content on business cards is easily read, for instance it is best to stay clear of fonts with thin or light fonts. Don’t also set the size of the card so tiny that the recipient isn’t capable of reading it once it’s printed.
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Another issue when scaling designs is when the images are printed in huge sizes. If they’re raster-based images, it is essential to print them with sufficient resolution to ensure that they don’t blur. However, vector images shouldn’t be problems, since they’re innately infinitely adjustable.
04. What do you need for?
The way that printers cut the paper isn’t an exact science, therefore designers have always allowed a small space around the edges of their designs to allow for error. This is known as bleed and any good design software includes guides that will indicate where the bleed begins and ends.
Different printers require different quantities of bleed, and it is best to inquire with your printer’s manufacturer to clarify this (or examine your printer’s settings for an in-house printer). Below are other questions you can inquire about your printer.
05. Proofreading is crucial.
This may sound like common sense advice However; it isn’t overemphasized One of the most significant disadvantages of printing your designs on paper is making a few blunders. Since unlike web-based printing there is no way to return to rectify the mistake. If you’re not sure you’ve wasted your cash.
It is essential to make sure that you spell-check your work however, it is only able to give you 75 percent of the way to. It doesn’t catch numerous grammatical errors and won’t be able to tell the spelling mistakes of proper nouns, such as the company’s name and will not be able to tell whether you’ve used the incorrect homophone like ‘you’re’, when you ought to have used “your” (or there, their/that, it’s/its and so on.).
In addition, typos aren’t the only mistakes that could make your print design unreadable. It is important to verify your punctuation (is it the correct format of dash? Do you want to use dumb or smart quotation marks?). In other words, anything that could go badly is bound to be a disaster, which is why it’s best to have the most eyes on your concept – perhaps an image proof printed before your mail it off.
To find out more look up our glossary of terms used in printing as well as our suggestions on how to make the most out of your printing projects and our step-by-step guide for printing posters and our expert techniques for making the most of printing.
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