Paper’s Colors – Do They Matter?

Written by Kay Zetkin

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•White paper –repparttar definite choice if you are going to have full-color photos printed. Sometimes, a designer may use a white background for photos, then, colors will print as expected and thenrepparttar 136735 designer will haverepparttar 136736 benefit of appearing to have a colored paper stock.

•Colored paper stock – plain, solid and bold texts or photos printed. It is quite advisable when using colored stock is to cover most ofrepparttar 136737 page with a light tint of an ink color.

Indeed,repparttar 136738 color ofrepparttar 136739 paper significantly changesrepparttar 136740 way a photo looks. Any photo – whether of a person, a landscape or a still image can appear radically different when printed on a colored paper. The spot ink colors inrepparttar 136741 prints will shift also against colored paper stock.

So there’srepparttar 136742 lesson, folks, if you are considering a colored paper stock, you should plan fromrepparttar 136743 beginning ofrepparttar 136744 project how to makerepparttar 136745 printed output look in eventuality. Choose carefully and consider everything with your designer. By doing this, you’ll be able to avoid unpleasant surprises and save time and money, too! -30-

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Kay Zetkin discovered the pleasure of writing through her daily journals as a teen-ager. Writing in it helped sort out her thoughts, relieve her feelings and record what she observes of the world.

For her, writing is an effective tool to express your viewpoints... To write is already to choose, thus, writing should be done along with a critical mind and a caring soul. She hopes to become more professional, skilled and mature in her craft.

Why are you so Oblivious of your Typefaces?

Written by Maricon Williams

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Aside fromrepparttar aesthetic value ofrepparttar 136734 typefaces, readability should also be a priority since fonts are intended to be read and not only designed to be an ornament. Comprehension, that’s what typefaces are primarily designed. Other qualities are just next to it. Next to readability and aesthetic quality isrepparttar 136735 appeal torepparttar 136736 target reader. It must be designed so that they can relate withrepparttar 136737 character that it exudes. Short of it may result to a lacking website.

Bear in mind that you must not use more three than three typefaces in a design. The design may look messy and chaotic. Spacing and word setting should also be taken into consideration to optimize your content.

If you are still unsure of your choice of typefaces, you can consult a professional designer to aid you on your choices. Remember that your typefaces like any other element of a design can break or make it. Now, are you going to takerepparttar 136738 risks?

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