13 June 2011

Top 7 Reasons Why You Need a Personal Website

Having a website of your own equals entering into an invaluable communication environment. There are at least 7 reasons why it is highly advisable for you to be present online:

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1. Represents your personal profile
A website can be your virtual portrait, showing off your personal self to the world on a 24/7 basis. Among the most popular ways of presenting your personality online is keeping a webblog (otherwise known as online diary) or a photo gallery, where your friends can stay up-to-date with your daily living.

2. Spreads your voice across the world
A website can be your global “tribune” where you are able to share your knowledge, experience and enthusiasm with people who have common interests, but with whom you might not otherwise have crossed paths. A very popular idea-voicing tool is the discussion board, better known as “forum”. You can also have a guestbook on your site, where people can discuss your postings.

3. Lets you be in touch with people at a distance
A website can be a meeting place for making new acquaintances with people of different religion, nationality and age, as well as for keeping in touch with friends who may be on the other side of the world. Thanks to the almost unlimited online communication possibilities you can conduct one-to-one conversations with many different people directly from your website.

4. Broadens disabled people’s interaction with the world
A website empowers people with limited access, due to handicap or illness, to broaden their communication with others. A website can be a physically disabled person’s door to the dynamic world, allowing him/her to bridge over the difficulties of having a “different” everyday life. It can even be their office, where they can present and deliver certain home-made products/services directly from their living room.

5. Creates a web skill development environment
A website can introduce you to the secrets of www. The contemporary web design technologies have brought the art of creating a website just a few clicks away from the inexperienced user. Thanks to the popular WYSWYG (what you see is what you get) web design tools, absolutely everyone (irrespective of age or education degree) can build their own web page without any previous experience.

6. Makes extra profit for you with minimum investment on your part
A website can make residual profit for you, while you are sleeping or enjoying your free time. Thanks to the up-to-date techniques for bringing trahttp://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gifffic to your website, you can earn easy money by simply having visitors click on certain product/service promos or links that are relevant to your site content pages (e.g. Google Adsense/Adwords ad solutions) without any initial investment.

7. Makes you a member of the biggest community of the world
A website is a must-have personal attribute nowadays, just like mobile phones and computers are. The fast developing technologies have converted having a website from a whim into a modern necessity. As of today, almost everyone has a web site, whereas twice as many people are expected to be having their own personal space in the global World Wide Web cosmos in the near future. Be forward-thinking, join this trend now.

02 February 2011

300 Web Design Inspiration

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This is just to remember my self about anything that i found from internet, that all we can to enjoyed to download together.
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26 January 2011

Step by Step Create Awesome Logo

Many people on my own forum, especially kaskus ask me "how create step by step a logo". I mind they never using their freak design tutor's, my own too it is i called them "Mbah google" (Indonesian: my google grandfather).LOL

I was search many website give many free tutorial step by step to create some logo. may bye if i lead them to my own blog they has find what their looking for.

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This is one of my recommended. Have screen shoot make easy to learning some tutorial if have a picture on the tutorial. Easy, clean, simple but still clear. This very recommended for beginner. Enjoyed!

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Second recommended from me it is N.Desgin. Not just have screen shoot, have video and source of tutorial. This is very recommended for how try the other model and have experience.

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24 January 2011

Experience is very wise teacher

Teng Xiaoping is Taiwanese men, he a is rich man but have no enough English proficiency. He is very interested to go to US country. In the USA embassy, the officer asked him a few interview questions to find out his mean visit to the USA.

The first officer questions for a immigrations:
Officer: "What is last name of our first presidents?"

Cause he didn't know how to have a good English. He has a mind the officer asked who is his surnames. He's answered:

Immigrations: "Wa Sing Teng."

In Hokkien mean is my surname Wa Sing Teng, In Chinese culture, a men on the first meet he always introduce his identity by family name.
The officer heard he's say "Washington", then he continued to ask again.

The second question is: "Why would you want to go to the U.S.?"

In Xiaoping mind, the officer ask who is he name? then he answered : "Xiaoping"
The officer heard "Shopping"

Third officer questions is :
"What vehicle do you drive in Taiwan?"

His mind the officer asked his marriage status? Hes answered "Wa bo bo" in Hokkien "I am have no married yet".

And the officers heard: "Volvo!" and he smiled kindly and asked again.

Forth question: "Who is a famous basketball player in the USA?"

Currently, Taiwanese man was getting impatient and started saying
aloud: "Ho Wa Mai Cai Tan." (meaning: "Do not let me waiting ").

The officer heard: "Michael Jordan!"

Impressed by the knowledge of the tourist, the officer passed the USA tourist visa.

Would you want to try this way?

12 January 2011

Applying AutoCAD 2010

Terry Wohlers, "Applying AutoCAD 2010"
Publisher: Hill Science/Engineering/Math | 2009 | ISBN: 0073375446 | File type: PDF | 800 pages | 13.4 mb

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Applying AutoCAD 2010 has been updated to accompany the new version of the AutoCAD software, which includes some useful features for both 3D modeling and 2D documentation. Some of these features include:
3D Mesh Modeling - A 3D mesh is a new type of object that can be reshaped by pushing or pulling on its surface. The object can be converted to a 3D solid.
2D Parametric Design - Geometric constraints between 2D objects are now available, which means it is possible to force lines to be parallel or perpendicular to one another. Dimensional constraints allow control of a dimension based on a rule or a formula.
In addition, the text reflects changes to the user interface, which has been redesigned to make some of the options more interactive and context-sensitive.
The book retains its easy to follow step-by-step format.

Basics Animation: Scriptwriting

Paul Wells, "Basics Animation: Scriptwriting"
AVA Publishing | 2007 | ISBN: 2940373167 | 176 pages | File type: PDF | 64,2 mb

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The Lion King. Spirited Away. Wallace and Gromit. Toy Story 2. What makes these animated movies great? The stories they tell, and the ways those stories are told. Animation can go where no other filmmaking can, and great scriptwriting can take animation where no other movies have. Basics Animation: Scriptwriting, the follow-up to the successful title The Fundamentals of Animation, looks at a variety of approaches to scriptwriting for animation using vivid examples from great animated movies. Author Paul Wells explores the distinctive qualities of animation as a form of creative expression and explains the choices and approaches available to the scriptwriter, the animator, and the director.

10 January 2011

Real World Adobe Illustrator CS5

Real World Adobe Illustrator CS5 By Mordy Golding
Publisher: Pea chp it Pre ss 2011 | 528 Pages | ISBN: 0321713060 | File type: PDF | 37 mb

Real World Adobe Illustrator CS5 is the definitive reference to Adobe's industry-standard vector graphics software. With an easy, engaging style, author and past Illustrator product manager Mordy Golding takes readers through all of the features of the program, explaining not only how to use the multitude of features but also why and when to use them. This edition has been thoroughly updated for Illustrator CS5 and includes techniques on using the new perspective tools to draw, move, scale or duplicate objects in perspective. This edition also covers the refinements to Illustrator's drawing tools, such as its Stroke panel and brushes, including the new Bristle Brush for painting, as well as the Shape Builder tool, which makes it easier to merge, break apart, or modify objects. The multiple artboards that were introduced in CS4 are easier to manage in CS5, with a full Artboards panel.

Along with tips, sidebars, and expert commentary, there are also numerous 4-color illustrations and screen shots from contributing artists included to offer readers the most complete coverage on this extraordinary application. Designers from all fieldsillustrators, animators, package designers, graphic designers, web designers, and morewill find Real World Adobe Illustrator CS5 their one-stop guide to creating powerful designs in Illustrator.

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Photoshop 3D for Animators

Rafiq Elmansy, "Photoshop 3D for Animators"
F..cal Press | 2010 | ISBN: 0240813499 | 292 pages | File type: PDF | 10,6 mb

Photoshop is not just for photographers anymore. Photoshop 3D for Animators is one of the only titles available that discusses 3D Photoshop techniques specifically for animators. Now with Adobe CSX, 3D Digital artists can integrate 3D models into Photoshop or create 3D models in Photoshop with the high capability to customize, edit and animate.

With Photoshop 3D for Animators, explore the new 3D tools and techniques that will enhance your animation pipeline and workflows with the Adobe Suite softwares, including After Effects and Flash. Explore the ins and outs of Adobe Photoshop and expand your 3D expertise with the comprehensive guide to Adobe 3D toolset for animators. Customize Adobe CSX tools for your specific, animation workflow and integrate your 3D models with Adobe Flash and the entire Adobe Suite platform with ease. Learn to manipulate 3D images as well as import 3D content from the Adobe creative suite. With in-depth, step-by-step tutorials, explore lighting, digital painting, texturing and rendering for 2D and 3D the power of Adobe Photoshop software. Enhance your digital workflow and expand your expertise with this hands-on guide to Photoshop CSX. Includes a DVD with source files, working samples and models.

Customize Adobe CSX tools for your specific, animation workflow and integrate your 3D models with Adobe Flash and the entire Adobe Suite platform with ease.

Enhance your digital workflow and expand your expertise with this hands-on guide to Photoshop CSX and learn to manipulate 3D images as well as import 3D content from the Adobe creative suite.

With in-depth, step-by-step tutorials, explore lighting, digital painting, texturing and rendering for 2D and 3D the power of Adobe Photoshop software.

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Art of Drawing: The Complete Course By David Sanmiguel
Publisher: Ste rli ng 2003 | 215 Pages | ISBN: 1402709323 | File type: PDF | 17 mb

From achieving those first professional strokes to mastering composition, lighting, and color to finishing beautiful still lifes, portraits, and landscapes, here, in one volume, is a course that covers every skill a developing artist needs. Inspiring and instructive images vividly reveal the intricacies of techniques such as shading, tone, contrasts, stumping, contouring; depth effects, and more. Guided drawings include a charcoal of a nude, landscape on gray tone paper, and still life with chiaroscuro.

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5 Book for 3D Animation

Real-time 3D Character Animation with Visual C ISBN: 0240516648
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In the 1980s and 1990s, more competitors entered the marketplace through market
forces and deregulation, which in turn triggered mergers and acquisitions. With
so many players after consumers’ money, companies increasingly needed to differentiate their offers.

But as products and services came to resemble each other more and more closely in terms of quality and cost, this became difficult. It was then that people began to realise that their brand and its values (that is, what it stood for) were one of the few noticeable differentiators.

Towards the end of the century, there was the realisation that a strong brand could stretch or even jump into other sectors – so supermarkets got into financial services, and the UK chemist Boots paired up with the UK TV producers Granada to launch a Wellbeing TV channel.

The continued commercialisation of so many elements of life means that in recent times, branding skills have been extended into hitherto untouched sectors.
The charity sector (Scope), pop music (Hear’Say), football clubs (Manchester United), and even countries (Spain and Estonia), see themselves as competing for audiences, and branding consultancies have leapt in. Hence whole sectors have been put through the positioning and branding mill in a way that would have been unthinkable ten or 20 years ago.

At the same time, there has been a blurring of the boundaries between product and service. There is hardly a product out there which does not have some service element, even if it is just a call centre to field complaints about faulty goods. This raises issues around the manifestation of the brand – where and how it is seen and by whom – and how the people who work with it behave.

Design Week magazine editor Lynda Relph-Knight describes this move as being “away from a manufacturing company to a service company, that is from product to branding and service, where you are selling a promise”.

This move was also away from a purely visual manifestation of a corporate or brand culture, which approach, she says, didn’t take into account a company’s “touchy-feely things”, except perhaps its office reception area.

The key is experience. “Design became identity, identity became branding, branding became living it,” says Peter Knapp at Landor in London. Audience expectations have changed so that products now need to create an experience around the transaction or interaction with them. From clothing accessories label Mandarina Duck opening individually designed ‘embassies’ to the deodorant Lynx’s (now defunct)
barbershop chain, the emphasis is on intensifying the customer experience to encourage them to stay loyal.

In the 1990s these experiences were intended, in part at least, to counter the threat of e-commerce. That threat has largely abated for the moment, but the need to create meaningful experiences continues. FMCGs (fastmoving consumer goods) are unable
to control every retail environment – and what position they take on shelf – but they can control at least some if they create their own stores. Hence the Guinness Storehouse experience by Imagination, the Lucky Strike concept shop in Amsterdam by Fitch, and BDP’s NikeTown.

Staff are now seen as the most important ambassadors a product or service
can have. They provide the human interaction with that other core audience, the customer, as well as the investors, analysts and suppliers. If staff are not ‘on brand’, the reputation of that product or service will suffer. Hence the huge amount of work that is going on in internal communications, or what is now known in some quarters as internal branding. This includes schemes which reward staff whose behaviour reflects specific brand values. BP has worked on this with Landor and Enterprise IG, and Fitch is helping the Belgian post office De Post do this. Global communications network WPP is so keen on the sector that it bought in one of the UK’s internal marketing specialists, MCA Group.

There is an ever-growing number of platforms for brands. Intranet sites, merchandise, office interiors, showrooms,exhibitions, live events, sponsorship,
internal communications, and even the very sound a product or service makes are all seen as needing to be ‘on message’. This means imbuing them each with the relevant brand values.

For all these platforms have any number of treasured audiences. And some people fall into more than one audience category, so the message must be clear and consistent.

However, the pool of adjectives from which companies take their values is not so big, and there is the risk of repetition and missing that Holy Grail – differentiation. That’s where the expression of those values by the consultancy comes into play. ‘Innovative and caring’ can mean different things to different companies, depending on the way it’s expressed through their literature, office interiors, staff behaviour, internet site, sound, sponsorship programmes and such like.

The humble wetwipe is proof that branding need not be about logos. This is not just any wetwipe, but that of Scandinavian airline SAS. Stockholm Design Lab worked on brand development and implementation for the airline’s revamp following initial work by FutureBrand in the UK.

SAS’s wetwipe is the most popular in the airline industry. They know this from surveying what’s left on passengers’ meal trays, and it is the most stolen item off any tray.

The reason for this, according to SDL’s Göran Lagerström, is that this item is totally unbranded. “It’s the most stolen item because it’s fairly goodlooking
and you need a wetwipe, but you don’t want to walk around with advertising. It becomes yours because it’s unnamed.” And at the same time, he claims, it becomes SAS’s identity.

This understated approach to branding – Wolff Olins showed it off to great effect with Orange – is more in keeping with today’s consumer, says Largerström.
“This process works because people have been violated by overexposure.”
The average airline has more

The season for name changes and identity overhauls has been and gone – for the time being. Only a company that has to, changes its name; whether that’s for legal reasons, like Andersen Consulting becoming Accenture (courtesy of Landor), or to improve perception (like Interbrand’s renaming of the Spastics Society to Scope), or for expansion reasons, like Wolff Olins’ name, Orange, becoming the brand for all Hutchinson Telecom’s businesses.

And anyway, there is a feeling among some client brand managers and marketers that rash identity overhauls or unnecessary name changes can throw the baby out with the bath water. The UK Post Office holding group’s unpopular transformation into Consignia (by Dragon) could fall into this category. Staff, the press and the public alike were baffled at the reasons behind the change, the meaning of the new name,
and the sentiments supposedly incorporated in the logo.

And as clients are now tightening their marketing budgets, major overhauls are seen as an indulgence. Much better, they seem to be thinking, to work with what we’ve got and improve the expression of our existing marque. This is what Interbrand is doing with Orange, what SiegelGale did with Motorola and Dow in the US, and what Enterprise IG did with BT. Some consultancies even advise against making massive changes if they think a refreshment of the ‘look and feel’ of a brand is all that’s needed. This is exactly what Fitch did with Hush Puppies.

This means that brand consultancies’ relationships with some clients have changed from being on a (usually very costly) project basis, to a brand guardian role. It may not sound as sexy, but it’s steady work and keeps the consultancy near the top of the food chain – since it is the CEO who is likely to make any decision regarding his company’s brand.

However, all this manifestation work should not mean bland uniformity. In fact predictable consistency has been replaced by variety.

Either the logo itself is adaptable, as in the case of GBH’s Teleconnect, and Allevio’s identity for eLearning in Austria, or the execution is varied. Audiences
are now sophisticated enough to be able to recognise a product or service without being swamped with actual logo applications. Good branding means the values are expressed beyond the logo.

Take Wolff Olins’ Orange and The Economist magazine (which was worked on by FutureBrand through MetaDesign), both of which are easily identifiable by their literature or advertising without the logo on view. This is what Landor has tried to achieve with its branding of BMI British Midlands.

Fitch is having a similar experience:
“We’ve found that we are taking brands beyond where they have traditionally been,” says John Mathers at Fitch in London. For example, the consultancy is advising Premier Automotive Group merchandise strategy for Ford and Jaguar.

Brands therefore need to cross an increasing variety of platforms, reaching specific or sometimes multiple audiences. They need to be able to carry a new business offer, and to tie up with an unlikely partner. This means the branding has to be strong and flexible.

Writen by : CLARE DOWDY

07 January 2011

How to Protect Your Computer

The same advice parents might deliver to young drivers on their first solo journey applies to everyone who wants to navigate safely online. A special agent in our Cyber Division offered the following:
  • "Don't drive in bad neighborhoods."
  • "If you don't lock your car, it's vulnerable; if you don't secure your computer, it's vulnerable."
  • "Reduce your vulnerability, and you reduce the threat."

Below are some key steps to protecting your computer from intrusion:

  • Keep Your Firewall Turned On: A firewall helps protect your computer from hackers who might try to gain access to crash it, delete information, or even steal passwords or other sensitive information. Software firewalls are widely recommended for single computers. The software is prepackaged on some operating systems or can be purchased for individual computers. For multiple networked computers, hardware routers typically provide firewall protection.
  • Install or Update Your Antivirus Software: Antivirus software is designed to prevent malicious software programs from embedding on your computer. If it detects malicious code, like a virus or a worm, it works to disarm or remove it. Viruses can infect computers without users' knowledge. Most types of antivirus software can be set up to update automatically.
  • Install or Update Your Antispyware Technology: Spyware is just what it sounds like—software that is surreptitiously installed on your computer to let others peer into your activities on the computer. Some spyware collects information about you without your consent or produces unwanted pop-up ads on your web browser. Some operating systems offer free spyware protection, and inexpensive software is readily available for download on the Internet or at your local computer store. Be wary of ads on the Internet offering downloadable antispyware—in some cases these products may be fake and may actually contain spyware or other malicious code. It's like buying groceries—shop where you trust.
  • Keep Your Operating System Up to Date: Computer operating systems are periodically updated to stay in tune with technology requirements and to fix security holes. Be sure to install the updates to ensure your computer has the latest protection.
  • Be Careful What You Download: Carelessly downloading e-mail attachments can circumvent even the most vigilant anti-virus software. Never open an e-mail attachment from someone you don't know, and be wary of forwarded attachments from people you do know. They may have unwittingly advanced malicious code.
  • Turn Off Your Computer: With the growth of high-speed Internet connections, many opt to leave their computers on and ready for action. The downside is that being "always on" renders computers more susceptible. Beyond firewall protection, which is designed to fend off unwanted attacks, turning the computer off effectively severs an attacker's connection—be it spyware or a botnet that employs your computer's resources to reach out to other unwitting users.
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06 January 2011

Techniques For Drawing Female Manga Characters

Title : How To Draw Manga : Techniques For Drawing Female Manga Characters
Published and Writen : Hikaru Hayashi
Page : 128 Pages
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The Japanese culture is well-known for its diversity. They're the forefront in animation and electronics but you also see them excelling in arts, theater, and film. These wide range of expertise stems from the Japanese's steadfast yet humble nature. The Japanese have Manga to counter the west's comics, anime to trump western cgi-driven animation, they even have pachinkos to offset the global popularity o
In this page we feature the deep art of manga creation. Manga embodies everything that is good about Japan. It's a mirror of their culture and a representation of their society. Drawing manga requires patience, determination, and a passion to bring out the creative juices in you. Techniques for Drawing Female Manga Characters will teach you all the necessary techniques to hone the needed skillsets for manga creation. Feel free to try it out by downloading it below.

White Space is Not Your Enemy

Title : White Space is Not Your Enemy: By Kim Golombisky, Rebecca Hagen
Publisher: Focal Press 2010 |
Page : 296 Pages
ISBN : 0240812816
File type : PDF | 23 mb
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A Beginner's Guide to Communicating Visually through Graphic, Web and Multimedia Design

Designing a brochure or web site without an art background? Step away from the computer and read this breezy introduction to visual communications first. Written for non-designers, White Space is Not Your Enemy is a practical graphic design and layout text introducing the concepts and practices necessary for producing effective visual communications across a variety of formats, from print to Web.

This beautifully illustrated, full-color book covers the basics to help you develop your eye and produce attractive work. Topics include:
  • The basics of effective design that communicates its intended message
  • Pre-design planning
  • 13 Layout Sins to avoid
  • Basic typography
  • Working with col
  • Storyboarding for video, Web, and presentions
  • Information graphics
  • Mini Art Schoolall the basics in one chapter
  • Outputting your work
  • Finallythe basics of layout, design, and visual communication for print and web in one easy-to-digest book!
  • "Try This" sections in each chapter include fun, hands-on activities to develop skills.
  • The companion web site includes text and photo support material; video clips that put the principles in practice; interactive multimedia components; and links.

The Photoshop Anthology 101 Web Design Tips Tricks Techniques

Title : The Photoshop Anthology 101 Web Design Tips Tricks Techniques
Published : Sitepoint
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The Photoshop Anthology is full-color, question-and-answer book for Web Designers who want to use Photoshop to build Websites and create better looking web graphics more effectively.

The book covers:
Photoshop interface tricks & shortcuts
Basic Skills: Transparencies, rounded corners, blending images, matching colors and more
Buttons: Creating buttons and tabs in various shapes and form factors
Backgrounds: Making various gradient and textured backgrounds
Creating text effects, texturing and shadowing text, wrapping text around a curve, and more
Adjusting Images: Removing blue tints, darkening and lightening images, fixing red-eye, removing dark shadows, sharpening images and more
Manipulating Images: Creating fish-eye effects, removing imperfections, making product shots for ecommerce and more
Creating Web Interfaces: Best practice & time saving ideas including how-tos on slicing images, creating rollovers, and more
Advanced: Generating thumbnails, animated GIFs, bulk watermarking, sharing Photoshop Actions and more
Additionally, the book will walk you through the entire process of designing a Website in Photoshop - from using layers to keep organized to using the slice tool to create individual Website elements.

The Ultimate Photoshop Book for Web Designer!

05 January 2011

The Meaning of Color For Your Logo's

Title : The Meaning of Color
Published : Unknown
Page : 1 page
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In logo design we most translate meaning of logo element and color. This is simple of chart meaning of color. If you need you can download this chart.

Web Design an Introduction

Title : Web Design an Introduction
Published : California State University, Sacramento
Content : 20 page
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Are you new to Web design? Not sure how to update your Web site? Join your peers in this introductory workshop that explains the Web design process at Sacramento State and contains useful tips to guide you as you create and implement your Web pages. Topics include: how browsers display Web pages, the Web guidelines and process at Sacramento State, how to organize your Web site, ways to evaluate your Web site, and resources available to you.

03 January 2011

Tips, Techniques and Methods for Achieving Optimum Printing Results

Title: Sappi 1 : The Standard
Published: Sappi
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This is a book that was made to optimize the printed paper, published by Sappi a producer of coated fine paper and chemical cellulose. were have Headquarters in Africa.

Content of this book is prepare to create a best paper printing quality. Ten Points to Cover in Your Print Specs, How to Create a Storyboard, What to Show on a Page Layout, Ten Best Practices of Successful Art Preparation, Practical Tips on Preparing Art, Preparing Multi-page Files for Print, Ten Common Mistakes When Releasing Files, What to Include When Releasing Files, How to Do a Color Mark-Up, Print Specifications Checklist, File Release Checklist, Information for the Printer form.

Enjoy this book!