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  • Artwork Checklist

    Creating a new document in Adobe Illustrator is very simple. We will explain those in the following tutorial.

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  • Create Your Artwork

    Creating a new document in Adobe Illustrator with the right settings straight away is very simple.

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  • Set and Check Format

    It is important to check if the format of your artwork file matches the product you want to buy online!

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  • Set Bleed and Margins

    Don't forget to set bleed of 3mm, as well as a security margin of 3mm!

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  • Use High Resolution Images

    Ensure that the images you use have a resolution of at least 300 DPI.

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  • Select CMYK Color Mode

    In order to ensure high print quality, it is crucial that you set your document's color mode to CMYK.

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  • Convert Fonts to Outlines

    Change your artwork's fonts to curves to avoid compatibility issues and printing problems.

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  • Save as PDF-X1a

    Save your artwork as a PDF-X1a file for optimal compatibility.

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  • Configure Grey Colors

    Set up your grey colors only with black (K), and no C, M, or Y!

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  • Configure Black Colors

    Black can actually cause a lot of trouble during printing if not correctly used.

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  • Configure Fine Lines

    Don't forget to properly configure thin lines and small elements to ensure readability.

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  • Create Your Artwork

    When you create your new file in Adobe Photoshop, you will be asked to set some important configuration details.

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  • Set and Check Format

    The format and number of pages in your artwork file must match with the products that you are going to order.

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  • Set Bleed and Margins

    Bleed and margins are one of the most important settings to ensure that your final artwork files are printed in the highest quality possible.

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  • Use High Resolution Images

    When you use images in your file, you should always be careful, as they represent a risk to printing quality.

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  • Select CMYK Color Mode

    Since printing processes rely on the CMYK color model, you must always set your artwork files to CMYK color mode.

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  • Convert Fonts to Outlines

    Fonts are lettering styles that can be installed on your computer. When installed, you can use them to change the aspect of letters in any file

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  • Save as PDF-X1a

    When you send your file to your printing partner, it is always best to save it in the PDF-X1a format.

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  • Configure Black Colors

    For text, thin lines, and small elements, always make sure you use pure black, i.e. Black set to 100%, while the three other colors are set to 0%.

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  • Configure Grey Colors

    Grey is an intermediary color between black and white, and needs to be dealt with carefully.

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  • Configure Fine Lines

    With offset printing, there are inevitably variations of 2 to 3 tenths of a millimeter for every elements printed.

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  • Artwork File With Foldings

    When setting up an artwork file that contains folds, it is important to beware of the safety margins on each side of the folding lines.

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  • Artwork Checklist

    Before sending in your file to your printing partner, you should always ensure that the necessary settings are correctly implemented.

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  • Artwork File With Foldings

    When setting up an artwork file that contains folds, it is important to beware of the safety margins on each side of the folding lines.

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