Friday, March 31, 2006

How pictures got into CDs

There was a time when these things were just plain-looking and ordinary. But now there are complete with pictures, drawings and images. Not just any other kind too but those colorful and realistic designs. These things? CDs.

Although there are desktop publishing layouts that do the trick to make these pictures come alive on CDs, others are using the more traditional and more effective screen printing approach. This kind of printing is what puts the pictures on the surface.

So it seems that some traditional printing does last. And that people do have to come back to the old ways to make better prints. But when you think of it more, there is no other way of doing it right.

Next time you see these kinds of CDs, you may want to take time to look at the pictures and images that are printed there. Try to appreciate them for awhile. It’s the least you can do for all the efforts that the makers have put into making them.

You may also want to check out the designs and try to compare so you’ll know what to look for whenever you want to have one those of pictured CDs.


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