You know how to design.
You’ve mastered the vision, created a successful pitch deck,
and have project sign off from your client, and now you have
to get this piece produced. You’re a graphic designer. Or a
web designer tasked with print projects. Maybe you are
self-taught and wish to address knowledge gaps. Or perhaps
you are an established design professional who needs to
update your technical capabilities because your office has
reduced its staff.
Are you prepared to get your project printed?
You know how you want the project to look and feel but
you’re not so sure how to make that happen. You don’t know
what it is that you don’t know. It’s okay, this book does.
Arm yourself with this resource and you can take on work you
may have previously avoided, not had responsibility to
produce, or not felt confident producing.
Designing for Print was written to help great graphic
designers become great print designers. It can help you with
print production and provide you with details you never
learned in school—or on your last job—or in your
current role. With the kind of insights and advice that
you’d get from a smart, nice and available colleague, this
book will guide you through the print production process and
answer your questions, on demand, so you can produce your
piece exactly as you envisioned it armed with new
knowledge—most of it you didn’t know you needed but will
make you more confident in asking for and getting the end
result you want.
This book uses charts, check lists, decision trees and clear
explanations to ensure you make great design decisions every
step of the way. Really, everyone should have one.
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