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Designing for Print

Designing for Print

Designers should know the two types of printing, offset and digital, and how to prepare for them. They should know all the terminology associated with printing—bleed, slug, crop, fold marks—and print production—ink limits, dot gain and transparency.

Designers should be up to scratch with different file formats, PDF  and Packaged InDesign, when to use the correct colour systems, either CMYK or PMS and beware of knockout and overprinting.

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