10 Tips To Improve Your Design For Better Printing Quality

 10 Tips To Improve Your Design For Better Printing Quality With the below 10 tips, we hope to help novice designers on their way to better print design. The tips are for print design in general: doesn't matter if it's a brochure or a poster or the identity In no particular order. 1.) Remember to bleed 2.) Overprint is fun 3.) Keep the necessary border on the paper   4.) Paper size standards are great, but don't let them hold you back   5.) Readability for People   6.) Amount of content: less is more 7.) Stick to the grid 8.) Typography is king 9.) Invert 10.) Be demanding about photographic content For the details, please check:  .

How To Make Your Personalized Business Card?

  How To Make Your Personalized Business Card? Tired of keeping your own business card with the original white paper?  Check the below steps to make your own beautiful business cards: Business Cards Printing

Ten Questions For Testing Your Knowledge Of Printing

Ten Questions For Testing Your Knowledge Of Printing    1. For rush projects on an offset/traditional press, does uncoated stock or coated stock allow the ink to dry faster?   A. Uncoated   B. Coated   2. Small quantity projects are typically printed on a digital press. What is the maximum sheet size (including bleeds) that can be printed on our Kodak NexPress?   A. 11" x 17"   B. 12" x 20"   C. 13.4" x 35.6"   D. 28" x 40" 3. True or False: All 100 lb Cover paper is the same thickness.   A. True   B. False   4. What is the largest paper size we can run on our offset presses?   A. 20" x 24"   B. 23" x 35"   C. 25" x 38"   D. 28" x 40"   5. True or False: File preparation (graphic design) can be the same regardless of whether the printing method is digital press or offset/traditional press.   A. True   B. False   6. True or False: For short-run or variable data projects, digital press production is limited t

Want To Test Your Printing Knowledge?

Want To Test Your Printing Knowledge?  Please check with the common printing questions as in below: 1. From what material was the earliest paper made? A. Bark B. Bamboo C. Silk D. Cloth scraps and plant fiber 2. What materials were used for type before Gutenberg's invention? A. Clay B. Bronze C. Wood D. All of the above 3. Where was the first ink factory established? A. England B. France C. Colonial America D. Spain 4. As used on a printing press, what is a blanket? A. The large sheet used to cover it at night to keep it clean. B. A full coating of ink. C. A rubber sheet that transfers ink to the paper. D. The mat beneath the press to reduce static discharges. 5. What is process color printing? A. Printing with inks that are machine processed. B. Printing with more than one ink. C. Printing that uses four inks to produce a full spectrum of color. D. Printing with a special procedure in which each color is processed before the next is applied. 6. In printing, the term trapping refer

Common Printing Vocabulary, Printing Terms

Common Printing Vocabulary, Printing Terms  Book binding Chinese traditional thread sewing Paper cover binding Rich binding Costly binding Butterfly fold binding Scroll binding Accordion binding Ordinary binding Joint binding Rough binding Double leaved Book spiral binding Screw post binding Loose leaf binding Rounding back Saddle stitching Flat back Flat stitching Thread sewing Parallel thread sewing Across thread sewing Glue binding Perfect binding Wire side stitching Sew binding Plastic thread sealing Nole stitching two-up binding machine binding book block processing raking register signature folding assemble insert folded insert back baking collating ganging up nipping bundling covering tie up ruling slitting casing in knocking out the groove building in pasted board jog collecting cutting waxing brush back cutting brush glue bag making headbanding and lining makeready lettering dry reversal and pile decorative finishing laminating creasing calendering foil stamping register gilt

Shopping Paper Bag Printing Size, Regular Size, Printing Size

  Shopping Paper Bag Printing Size, Regular Size, Printing Size 1) 155W x 210H x 55D (mm)    This is the smaller size we made usually, if you need to make it smaller than this size, please double check it with us. As, it's used for packing small items, not so heavy products usually. 2) 150W x 290H x 55D (mm)   This is the small size bag, it's used for packing standard size products, like A5 size books. If your product size is not too big, you can consider choosing size for your paper bags. 3) 195W x 280H x 60D (mm)   This is the normal size paper bag. It can be used to pack some standard size products like B5 size books. 4) 220W x 320H x 65D (mm)   This is the common size paper bag. It can fit the standard A4 size products. It's a better choice for packing most products. 5) 270W x 300H x 80D (mm)   This is the rarely used size, as it's for some products in special size, like the catalog with size 250 x 250 mm. 6) 300W x 240H x 70D (mm)   This is the bigger size paper ba

Color information you should know about while preparing the artwork for printing?

Color information you should know about while preparing the artwork for printing?  Will the designer remember all the CMYK or RGB colors while preparing the artwork for printing? The answer is NO. There're so many colors, it's difficult to remember all of them. However, the designers always have the good sense of the colors. So, what should we do when we have to use the CMYK or RGB color for designing? RGB: It's the short form of (Red), (Green) and (Blue).  All the colors you see on the computer is mixing these 3 original colors. Actually,  RGB is a self-luminous color. You do not need the extra light to see them. For example, in our daily life, there's TV set, monitor, cell phone, PC, etc, all of them is with these three orginal RGB colors only. How come? It's impossible, as you see different colors on them. Yes, correctly, as there're 256 levels of color, from level 0 to 255 (0-255).They're showing 256 kinds of RGB colors, and mixing them together to show