So your design is finished, you’ve been through the checklist Perfect printing – every time and you’re ready to upload your files.
Fonts are files on your computer that are used to write the text in your design. When you send that design to someone else, unless they have the same font files on their computer too, the design will look very different. So we require that all fonts are outlined in […]
At Mojoprint we want to make you bleed. Your designs that is. Any data you submit to us for printing must include bleed – but what is it?
Our downloadable eps templates come complete with the necessary guides and crop marks required to create print-ready data.Â Please note: Our Photoshop templates do not have crop marks or a safety zone. They are just set up with one guide indicating the crop/bleed area.
At Mojoprint we use a full-color printing technique called offset lithography. The process uses 4 color inks, known as process colors â€” cyan, magenta, yellow and black to reproduce all the colors in your document.
There are certain colors that the RGB model uses that fall outside of the color â€˜gamutâ€™ capable with CMYK.
Dpi, or dots per inch, refers to the number of dots printed in a linear inch. The pixel dimensions of your digital image and the size it is printed at, will determine its resolution. Pixel dimensions also determine file size.
Incorrect image resolution is the most common error in customer submitted data. Follow these steps to get it right every time.
When designing for print, you are faced with the fundamental problem of viewing CMYK documents on RGB monitors. Calibrating your monitor correctly and creating a good color workflow are ways to ensure that what you see on screen is what you get back from the printing press are the same.