Lesson: Giving native design files to a client is giving away your IP for free. We only share …………..
I come from a printing background, developed over time after graduation, where I was skilled in both design and PostScript — the language that produced digital designs on printers. It was the ’90s, where digital printing was in its infancy.
Designing in repeat is a unique skill. Though it is something that almost anyone can do(thanks to simple repeat applications), it often isn’t done well.
Lesson: We learned to protect the business by charging a broker fee for …..
Lesson: Strong partnerships come from listening, mutual respect, and compromising. But one should never ….
Lesson: Always get back to people, regardless of how uncomfortable the circumstances might be, and always ……..
Stumped on what to get, that creative someone, for the holidays? Let us help. We have ten colorful, fun and inexpensive ideas for designers, marketers, photographers and more. As they say, fun for the whole family too.
I do a lot of branding work with clients and talking about color can be tricky. It’s important to get it right – from the brand logo to the product color to the packaging.
When it comes to licensing your original designs, there are three basic ways to go about it. Each presents different and unique opportunities, as well as challenges.
I had the chance to catch up with Mike Scrutton, from Adobe, in Dallas at PRINTING United to discuss Adobe’s Textile Designer Photoshop plug-in and how it helps textile, pattern and apparel designers.
Adobe’s Mike Scrutton discusses Design to Print. This Photoshop plug-in helps creatives design, visualize and sell their designs, easily, with no inventory.
Everyone has access to design tools; that doesn’t make everyone a smart designer. Creatives need to learn today’s technology to make themselves more valuable.
Lesson: Everyone does not see color the same way and some don’t see color at all.
Lesson: A great relationship can change quickly; its more important to have the difficult …..
10 things a designer should ask their printer before starting a project – colors, paper, proofing, finishing, services and more.