The inspiration for your next design project can be found anywhere. Something could catch your eye on your commute to work. You could overhear a conversation that sparks an entirely…
It seems like everyone is starting to ditch the traditional office setting and opting instead to work from their own home office. This is mostly due to the advancements we’ve made in technology that allows workers to connect from anywhere in the world. Companies are able to source talent from more than just the employee pool available in their city, as well as cut down office space costs by employing remote teams.
You’ve probably seen 8-bit and 16-bit as available image modes in Photoshop, but do you know the differences between them? There is a time and place for each, and in this article, I’ll discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each image mode.
At Primoprint, we have an experienced and talented US-based graphic design team. They work closely with our clients every day, and whether it’s designing custom one-of-a-kind print products, completely re-branding a business, or assisting with type-setting, they are always happy to help. As a designer, your work will always be evolving and should never stop improving. We asked our team to provide some helpful graphic design tips and advice that they feel will be valuable to anyone looking to start a career as a print designer.
For some people, starting a franchise is a much better option than starting their own business. They think it is much easier and it has several advantages. From brand equity to operational support, it does appear that franchising is a suitable option for those who want to break away from their nine-to-five jobs.
Are you looking for a showstopper for your next networking event? Turn heads with our Raised Spot UV business cards and postcards. Chic and classy, these cards are sure to heighten your style. The raised glossy texture truly elevates your design, a perfect contrast to the 19PT velvet laminated stock it is currently available. Raised Spot UV can be used to create highlights, dimensions, and contrast.