Thursday, February 09, 2006

Getting ready for the print shop

Is your document ready for the print shop? Check:
Text background.
To make flyers, brochures and other printed production more attractive, designers use background images. If you have such background images behind text, make sure, that the text is readable.
Do not make background too dark behind the black text. Try to adjust opacity of images or tint them so they are in contrast with text. You do not want your text to appear unreadable because of the background colors you use.
Spelling and punctuation.
Before you send your documents to a print shop check spelling and punctuation. Some text editors can do this for you. Do not let an unfortunate misprint make all that you have done go to waste.
How you use words and spellings will determine the kind of image you are projecting.


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