Ever heard of the term Final Artwork (FA)? It might not sound familiar to you, but it is one of the most important terms in commercial printing. Don’t be surprised to hear the term – even if you are not a graphic designer – when you want to send your
We all know that going online instead of print can help save time and money. Printing costs can rack up quickly, especially in large quantities. Yet, many companies continue to use print material to create tangible impressions, so people can sense and feel it – as seen from brochures and
Do you know that there are actually free high quality media resources that you can use for personal and commercial purposes? Plenty of exceptional material exists online, but more often than not, they come with restrictions. In the corporate world, this can be troubling. You wouldn’t want to get sued for
Today’s websites are like shop fronts. They are essential to every business, yet often overlooked and neglected once they are put up. In fact, websites – with outdated information and old technology – damage brand reputation and turn away customers. Still not convinced? Here are reasons why an outdated website cost you
Ever wondered how some colours just seem to go so well together? Look no further, as this article will uncover the secrets behind colour matching techniques and extend them to graphic designs, layouts, web designs, and even photography. Colour Wheel
“Why can’t you just send me that font? It’s legal right? Can’t you just use this nice photo I saw online?” Both companies and designers alike overlook the legal issues surrounding design when they want to “save some money or trouble”. Yet, this can
TIFF? GIF? JPEG? They all sound familiar, but what do these file formats mean and when to use them? We are here to give you a breakdown on each of the common file formats and help you decide which format is most suitable for your needs. Raster Vs.
As we approach the halfway point of 2017, it is now a great time to look back on what has been some of the hottest graphic and logo design trends so far. Whether you are a branding executive, a fellow designer