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What file type should my logo file be in?
For almost everything we do vectors are the best. To assure the highest quality signs, it is important to have a vector based file of your logo or artwork. .EPS, or .AI files (Adobe Illustrator) work best. .PDF can also work well.
What is Camera-Ready Art?
Camera-ready art is color-separated art in a final form, ready to use – generally created by a professional.
It’s easier to explain what is NOT camera ready art: Faxes, laser prints, inkjet prints, newspaper clippings, handwritten notes, business cards, and art not color separated. Additional art charges will apply to prepare these items for printing.
Is the color I see on my monitor accurate to what I’ll receive?
Monitors vary widely. And because color is subjective and can be produced by many methods, there will be variations in the way color appears, especially if your monitor is not calibrated. Calibration is a process that professionals often use to assure their colors are accurate. Very few consumers calibrate their monitors.
Why do I need a proof?
A visual proof is a vital step in the process. It’s our way of ensuring that we have set your type accurately and that everything is positioned according to your requirements. Check carefully – you are responsible for making sure that spelling, sizes, and quantities match your desired request.
Do I still need to approve a proof if I give you electronic art?
YES. It may seem like a proof wouldn’t be needed in this case but it really is. Output devices process digital information using a variety of processing languages. Your approval of the proof we send you assures that the output device used has correctly interpreted and processed the information you have provided.