Printing tickets getting special attentionWritten by Florie Lyn Masarate
Many people are into sports. One of most popular sport being watched by millions is world cup events, especially world cup soccer events. Many people follow action of these events whether on screen or live. For those who watched this live, they have special tickets made to be able to get in field of action. These tickets are considered valuable and priced by games’ lovers and fanatics. After game, these are usually disposed of. Tickets are easily thrown away because of their apparent unimportance, just a piece of paper that has served its purpose. If people only knew process of printing that these tickets had to go through, they would have thought looked at them in a different light.
The prints needed to be put into tickets are not only main thing to be considered by printing companies making them. There are logos pertaining to what kind of event it is for. The information to be put into its content. Sponsors to event. And depending on desires of company having it done, graphics are added to enhance substance of ticket.
Styles of printing of these tickets vary according to its sponsors and presenters. Take for example tickets that were made for FIFA world cup event. They were personalized to avoid having imitations and fakes making its way into market. The printing companies were given specific requirements for kind of tickets they were to produce; taking into account customers that will be given these tickets to. Different fonts were used as these tickets also cater to worldwide clients. Printed in languages that they use; Japanese, French, and many others. After printing, they have to mail them to recipients, making sure that of confidentiality and assuring successful delivery.
What To Ask Your Web DesignerWritten by Demetria Zinga
If you need a web designer, but have no clue about typical web design process, I am quite certain that you must be feeling a bit overwhelmed about what to expect. As web designers, we oftentimes have a myriad of roles to fill when working with their clients, but as client, you always have a right to know complete design process up front. Let’s talk a bit about what questions you may want to ask a potential design firm before they get started on your website.
1.)“How much is this going to cost?” Of course you want to know that! Be sure designer gives you a consultation, which allows you a sneak preview on what they will be able to do for YOU. You want your designer to be personal with you, not general. 2.)Your designer needs to know general PURPOSE of your site. What is your main goal? Who is your audience? Will there be interactivity, collaboration, or e-commerce on your website? You should ask designer if he or she has capabilities of designing a site that would suit your purpose and mission. 3.)Ask for a contract to review. Take a few days to look over contract before signing. 4.)Does designer ask you what YOU like? Your designer should ask you about your favorite colors on web, what websites you do or don’t like, and why. Also they should make sure they discuss with you any features that you find unappealing and take note of your opinions. 5.)Who will own copyrights to finished product? Make sure you find out whether or not your designer takes full copyrights of website. Many times designers will also want to use your website designs as part of their portfolio. They should let you know this in advance. 6.)Will your designer also host your site? Make sure you find out how your site will be published and which company will provide your hosting services. How often will you need to make hosting payments and when? Who will secure your domain name, and does this come with hosting?