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Articles, news, tips and tricks for graphic designers. You can find tutorials on programs like photoshop, illustrator, indesign or acrobat. If you would like to submit an article that would benefit our readers send it to us using the contact us button.
 
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LPI vs. DPI - Line Per Inch vs. Dot Per Inch by Brad Hammerstron Topic: Graphic Design & Typesetting
DPI is the maximum number of dots per inch a printer can access per inch. And since computers/printers are all binary, these dots are either ON or OFF. They make up a grid pattern as shown on the left.
Published: Wednesday 15 November, 2006
The Business Side of Design by Bob Nicholl Topic: Graphic Design & Typesetting
OK so you’ve worked your butt off for two or four years. You’ve worked and studied hard. You’ve become a master at PhotoShop, Illustrator and InDesign and that hard earned degree hangs framed on the wall. You’re all set to take the world by storm with your cutting edge designs.
Published: Wednesday 15 November, 2006
The Business Side of Design Part 2 - Marketing by Bob Nicholl Topic: Graphic Design & Typesetting
When starting a business, most of us will have a small client base already in place. This usually consists of friends, family and contacts from previous jobs and school. The first few weeks will be reasonably busy, you may even make a little money. Unfortunately this will dry up fast.
Published: Wednesday 15 November, 2006
Marketing Matters by Carl Grivakis Topic: Graphic Design & Typesetting
As a freelancer you know it can be hard to drum up business consistently and the process can really be a P.I.T.A. to go through. But without clients you won't eat, pay rent or keep the lights on. We tell our clients how important it is to market themselves, now it's time you do the same for your bus...
Published: Wednesday 15 November, 2006
DESIGNING FOR PRINT ON A BUDGET by Thomas McKenna Topic: Graphic Design & Typesetting
Every designer – whether a first-year design student or a 30-year veteran – fights a never-ending battle: the battle of the limited print budget. Contrary to what most designers think, however, restrictions on project budgets can offer an opportunity to really stand out.
Published: Wednesday 15 November, 2006
Creative marketing ideas for freelance designers. by Shaun Crowley Topic: Graphic Design & Typesetting
It’s tough being a freelance designer these days. You need to be a shrewd businessperson. You need to spend as much energy on your marketing as you do on your design projects.
Published: Wednesday 15 November, 2006
What to Ask, What to Hear by RitaSue Siegel Topic: Graphic Design & Typesetting
Before an employer schedules an interview with a designer fresh out of an undergraduate program, or a designer with a graduate degree, a written job description stating the objectives of the position, the responsibilities, and the qualifications required should be prepared.
Published: Wednesday 15 November, 2006
How To Improve Your Publicity Design by Shaun Crowley Topic: Graphic Design & Typesetting
Freelance designers who specialize in marketing materials are in high demand. As a result, freelance promotions designers can make up to $80 per hour. So what specialized skills do you need to be a publicity designer?
Published: Wednesday 15 November, 2006
How To Promote Your Graphic Design Business by Shaun Crowley Topic: Graphic Design & Typesetting
If your writing skills are sufficient enough for you to write a comprehensible website for yourself, you’re good enough to be a copywriter. With the help of a good teach-yourself book it should take you no longer than six weeks of part-time practice to learn the basics of writing effective marketi...
Published: Wednesday 15 November, 2006
Font Formats Demystified by Pamela Stevens Topic: Graphic Design & Typesetting
The most important aspect of choosing the right font for a project is the format. Most font providers offer several formats including TrueType, OpenType, PostScript and their variations.
Published: Wednesday 15 November, 2006
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