One of the first steps of the print material design process is determining how many colors you will be printing with (1-color, 2-color or 4-color). This is determined by the budget and what makes the most sense or gives a Read More »
Once we’ve determined the print process we will be using, we will ask you some questions to get the feeling for the tone of your project and if you have specific colors you do or do not want to use. Read More »
April 28, 2009 | By Design Action | Categories: Color
The digital era has certainly affected the print industry. Print processes have quicker turnaround times, thanks to digital technology. And the quality of digital printing — or quick-printing — has improved dramatically.
How do you decide which technology to use Read More »
When collecting digital photographs and other imagery for a printed piece, it is important to understand resolution. Digital images are made up square dots called pixels. Each pixel represents the color of a small part of an image. The more Read More »