I’m keen to know how book sales are going, so it makes sense to check the stats provided by the world’s largest bookseller, Amazon. The retailer displays what’s known as the Amazon Sales Rank.
The following guest post is a print-primer from NetPublications, a digital printing, publishing and fulfilment company with 25 years’ experience.
I’ve been asked to author the first logo design book from Peachpit Press.
The environment is under more threat today than it ever has been, and responsibility lies with all of to do what we can to help. Here are three very simple steps that designers can take to help the environment.
There are questions you should ask at the beginning to prevent costly errors.
Have clients ever asked why their marketing material hasn’t printed the colour they requested?
Printed on white 330gsm Plike, black on the front and pearl white foil blocking on the back.
The printer doesn’t have the fonts, the files don’t work, the paper you ordered isn’t made anymore and you forgot to add bleeds in your files, and when your head is reeling and you’re freaking out, they tell you they can’t possibly make your deadline.
Now what happens?
I’ve learned that by streamlining the prepress process I am able to pass significant savings onto my clients. My prepress guidelines let me bypass common mistakes made when digital artwork is prepared for print.
Here I show how you can save money when printing.