Print Design

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Mollie Wren Print Design

When graphic designing for print it is important to remember all the possible end permutations. Whether it be small format such as stationery or a brochure to large scale vehicle graphics. At all times you need to keep in the back of your mind will the client want this design large enough to fit on a substraight larger than A4. The issue that then presents itself is the resolution quality to achieve a satisfactory quality and result.

One thing I learnt from my mentor is, a good designer will be able to articulate how their designs communicate your brand’s vision and solve practical problems. This should not be let down by poor print quality or selecting the wrong type of paper finish.

Graphic Design for Print

Graphic designing for print dates back centuries and was a way of instilling confidence in a companies products and gain awareness of their services. What their customers see in a way of printed material or signage is a direct reflection of the company you are designing for. So it is vitally important that the correct image is portrayed.

The design and final printed products is the consumer-facing element of any company. A half-baked printed design will result in the business not being as successful as it could be.

The devil is always in the detail, so it is important to get all factors in place to the highest quality.

It is important therefore to take time to get it right and to exhaust all options before committing to a idea and the final application. Creating an instantly recognisable logo that truly represents the clients business is the aim.

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