Preparing A Print Ready PDF Document: Images

Use Proper Resolution.
A good rule of thumb is submitting your images at 100% of the size they will be printed with a resolution of 300 DPI. Simply opening the raster files and increasing the resolution will interpolate unwanted information causing it to render inadequately. Randomly downloading files from the internet will most likely provide you with low quality and resolution files, regardless of how sharp they look on your screen, screen resolution is typically 72 DPI. Providing files where ...

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Preparing A Print Ready PDF Document: Colour

The colours you use in your design project are the lifeline of your success. It is a harmonious composition between contrast, legibility, and making your printed piece aesthetically pleasing to the eye. We have some guidelines to help your next marketing effort succeed.

Make sure if you want your project to print only black and white all images are converted accordingly, regardless whether they look black and white on your screen, otherwise our equipment will print using the best interpretation ...

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Preparing A Print Ready PDF Document: Packaging Your Files For Output

We prefer PDF print ready files for output however it is always a good idea to collect your finish product and ensure all fonts and link images and raw files are ready to be submitted to avoid delays.

Fonts
If you are submitting a vector file from Adobe Illustrator or similar program save a copy for yourself in case text need to be edited later, but before sending to print with all your layers unlocked select all your elements and ...

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