Paper’s Colors – Do They Matter?

Written by Kay Zetkin

As a kid, I adored collecting lots of colored and scented papers. When I grew up, though practicality found its way in my mind. Now, I see papers as they are – to be used for writing and for printing… Printing technologies have allowed for many kinds of paper to be used.

Have you ever visited a paper store? Yes, lots of paper there, of various shades, size and volume. White papers are even varied – as you may probably notice, too. There are white papers that have soft cream coloring, while others have soft gray, soft blue and even a soft pink aura about them. Once you view them separately, you’ll identify them as they appear to be – of a white color. The thing is, when you view them next to other white papers about, you’ll be able to detect easily that they differ very much in color.

As always accepted and viewed professionally, most people want their official letters and other professional print jobs printed out clean on white paper. Aside fromrepparttar fact that it’srepparttar 136735 most common color, white paper also offersrepparttar 136736 greatest amount of flexibility regarding paper weight availability. However, there are hundreds of colored paper stocks that might be considered, too.

If you have a print job onrepparttar 136737 run, does it matter what paper color you should use? And if yes, then what’srepparttar 136738 most important thing to consider when choosing a paper color?

Actually,repparttar 136739 color ofrepparttar 136740 paper almost always affectsrepparttar 136741 whole print output. Depending onrepparttar 136742 colored stock you use andrepparttar 136743 prints you wanted. Andrepparttar 136744 most important thing to consider is what will be printed onrepparttar 136745 paper.

Why are you so Oblivious of your Typefaces?

Written by Maricon Williams

Your website is like your body, where each part plays a crucial role. The pain of any part of it is felt byrepparttar whole. With regards to your web design, you must treat each element with considerable consideration because oblivion of one element may spell disaster.

Many designers are taking for grantedrepparttar 136734 choice of typefaces. This should not be because typefaces contribute torepparttar 136735 overall appearance of a web design as well as torepparttar 136736 readability ofrepparttar 136737 contents in it. There are more than 20,000 typefaces available nonetheless,repparttar 136738 number continues to soar because a lot of designers are designing it day in and day out. With this wide-variety of typefaces where are you suppose to mark your start?

The first thing to do is to narrow down your choices of typefaces. Select only those that support torepparttar 136739 elements of your design. Typefaces exude character. They can be as happy and bubbly as teens, as formal and strict asrepparttar 136740 elderly, as melancholic asrepparttar 136741 color black, as jolly asrepparttar 136742 color yellow. Typefaces can be playful, reserved, tricky, confident andrepparttar 136743 likes therefore, you must select them in accordance withrepparttar 136744 character they embodies. Otherwise your web design can turn out to be a laughingstock inrepparttar 136745 Net.

Here are some big NO-NO’s: There are a lot of choices available this isrepparttar 136746 reason why you have to be extra cautious in choosing your typeface. Do not use ALL CAPS inrepparttar 136747 entire composition otherwise nobody will be attracted to read it. It will just be a waste of time on their part because they will just get upset in reading it. After all, who wants to make their eyes sore with disappointment? Another no-no is to haverepparttar 136748 typefaces too tiny that it’s no longer fit for reading and too big that it occupies most ofrepparttar 136749 space intended for graphics and other priorities. The standard measure of font is size 12-14, more or less than prescribed can be a risk to your project.

Cont'd on page 2 ==> © 2005
Terms of Use