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1051 readersThe Process Metallic Color System by Color-Logic is featured in a new tutorial for professional graphic designers. The tutorial, conducted by noted designer Mark Mayers, provides step-by-step instructions for creating a hypothetical magazine cover with metallic special effects. Following the Read more »
950 readersThere were a few Clarendons — a thick-faced condensed type with heavy serifs. The original Clarendon is an English slab-serif created in in the 1830s by Robert Besley for Fann and later Thorowgood and Co. type founders. A version was made into a wood typeface and also was reworked in metal by the Monotype Corporation
1509 readers On the opening day of drupa 2012, Enfocus announces the commercial release of PitStop Pro 11 and PitStop Server 11. The PitStop 11 release marks the introduction of 'Smart Preflight & Correction', delivering complete PDF quality control and the ability to fix problems in seconds. It provides
4003 readers This Diamond Anniversary invitation came to us from Hong Kong and beautifully reflects its clients’ Asian heritage and a respect for the longevity of this union. While the color palette (red stock with gold foil leaf type) might be expected, opening the landscape-oriented, letter-folded invitation gave way to a wonderful surprise – a sepia-toned headshot of
19647 readersAttention type lovers! Web designers! Supervisors of Web designers! On Tuesday, August 16th, tune in to this FREE one-hour webinar from HOW and PRINT magazines: ------------------------ Googley Fonts – Custom Type Design as Brand Touchpoint Sponsored by: Monotype Imaging Typefaces are a critical tool for creating a brand voice. Used properly, type will maintain a positive connection between a product
1301 readersThis new line of Chief's Energizing Facial Wash for men looks fresh and clean, with the minimal use of color and clean, condensed type and a touch of vintage elements.
3095 readersPrinting Consistent Color More and more printers are implementing the G7® specification and color management while profiling their monitors, proofing devices, and printing presses. There is no doubt that this process works, providing accurate, predictable color from proof to press. What should not be overlooked, however, is the notion of maintaining consistent color balance throughout the
12732 readersLately, there have been a lot of provocative questions in design and photography blogs: Are there rules for creativity? Can designers embrace fear? What's the difference between looking at and seeing typography? But there's less cerebral stuff, too, like upgrading your camera, understanding image compositing, observing the day of a graphic designer, and filling your
7140 readersTuesday, February 26, 2013 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. Eastern (11:00 a.m. – Noon Pacific) In the next free PaperSpecs/Neenah Paper webinar, “Composing Your Color Story,” seasoned color design and marketing professional Jack Bredenfoerder, director of BV Color Strategy, will reveal how combining color within a context is actually the real determiner of our experience with and reaction
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