What is 300dpi, and why does it matter? Have you ever zoomed into your monitor so close that images no longer look crisp, but rather a close-up of a Monet painting? When you really zoomed in, the images lose their visibility and turn into little dots of color. Those dots are called pixels. The more […]
Print projects can become challenging to tackle. That’s why we’ve created Print Tutorials. We’ll cover common questions and concerns, from learning the best CMYK Black Builds to setting up Full Service EDDM® Postcards files. Whether you need a quick refresher or are ready to learn something new, our Print Tutorials is the blog to beat.
CMYK and RGB are acronyms that refer to color models used to create images and files. CMYK color mode is used for printing. RGB color mode is used to display images that are intended to be viewed on monitors and screens only. CMYK stands for Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black. These four basic ink colors […]
Printing a true or rich black can be tricky, so we’re breaking down CMYK configurations for our suggested rich black CMYK build and explaining why some of the frequently used black builds are not recommended. The printing industry suggests many variations of CMYK configurations for printing a true or rich black. After a lot of testing […]
Since the launch of Full Service EDDM®, there have been quite a few questions regarding the setup of the print files. The USPS® requires this product to be designed a bit differently than regular print-only EDDM®, so we thought we’d try to answer a few of the most common questions. What is EDDM® Indicia? Let’s […]