New-fangled CD Label PrinterWritten by Kristine Llabres
Have you been exposed with conventional way of having your CD labeled? Well, that old way of printing labels especially for CD’s were very labor extensive. It requires long working hours, enough man power to do pasting and cutting plus high cost of labeling it.
With old method, one had to print onto sheets first special label paper afterwards another person should remove labels from sheet without having them stick or curl among others. For final touch, it should be fasten one by one to discs. That kind of labor requires a lot of patience, precision, and carefulness.
After some time, when people tend to discover that they are using a lot of effort and time just labeling a single CD, they invented now CD label printers. These printers have eradicated infuriation and hundred man power associated with CD label printing.
These CD printers are really slick for they print directly onto CD-R discs and they can do it in an accurate manner than manual thing. The highest quality printers use thermal transfer process, wherein they are using heat to seal ink onto disc.
Thermal transfer output is permanent and high quality printing job with no damage to disc. The discs remain to be durable and waterproof. The elimination of paper labeling means a much better professional CD-ROM impression.
Extracting Color FunctionsWritten by Maricon Williams
Colors are as powerful as words. It can communicate though without use of words. It can be as welcoming as a smile yet can be rude as a smirk. We have different perceptions about colors. They can tend to affect our emotions, memories, imagination especially our vision. Designers often neglect importance of choosing right colors. As a result, they’re not getting what they are supposed to get. The viewer’s attention is limited. They can also tend to be impatient. Thus, it is their duty to design not just a good design but a design with right color scheme which makes it spectacular.
Advertisers and manufacturers on other hand, must give enough attention to other factors in connection with colors. First is demographics. The market of a particular service may be composed of young or adult or simply elderly. The younger audience is more essential color message should be. Children want neon colors – bright, vivid, trendy and hot. Teenagers like diversities thus they can settle to any kind of color like pastel, neon and solid colors. Adults, on other hand want solid and formal colors. But if your audience is general then you can be safe with conventional colors. Colors greatly affect our moods. Warm colors like orange and red make us feel secured and safe. Cool colors like green and blue create a relaxed atmosphere. Now you will no longer be surprised why red is a color which is widely used. This is because warm colors grab attention instantly.
Your choice of color must be linked with gender, ethnic and cultural inclination of your target audience. In China, you wear white when you are mourning however in North America it is used to connote snow, youth and is color of bridal gowns. Caucasians color for power is red while Hispanic’s blue. We are living in a diverse world thus we have to extract meaning of every color in relation to every one.