DTP Tips & Tools

  • When Is It Okay to Use an Ampersand?

    Knowing when it is acceptable to use an ampersand (&) can make a big difference in your career and personal life. Contrary to what many believe, "and" cannot be substituted by an ampersand in every case. Learn more about the correct...
    By Bruce Tyson July 17, 2011 

  • Different Ways to Format Your eBook

    If you are an e-book author, you require a thorough knowledge of how to format your e-book. The increased popularity of e-books has increased competition and necessitates higher standards. Good formatting practices helps your e-book stand out and beat...
    By N Nayab July 14, 2011 

  • Designing Ingenious Fitness Advertisements that Sell

    Are you thinking of making your own creative print ads for a fitness promotion? Health and exercise is big business, which is why graphic designers are continuously coming up with creative ideas for related print ads. Learn more about designing these...
    By Olive Estrella Coronado July 14, 2011 


  • 10 Fantastic Resources for Summer Flower Clipart

    Summer flowers tend to be bright, eye-catching and cheery, such as gladiolas, sunflowers and daisies. If you are creating a get well card, birthday greeting or other publication with an upbeat theme, clipart of such blossoms add a special touch. Here...
    By Tricia Goss July 14, 2011 

  • Print Ads That Make You Take Notice

    Print ads are powerful tools you can use to get your message across to your target market. Before you plunge into creating your own ads, read on to view some great print ad samples and to learn how these samples effectively attract attention and boost...
    By Olive Estrella Coronado July 13, 2011 

  • Getting More People to Read Your Email Newsletters

    Have you ever wanted to start a newsletter, but you're not entirely sure how? Maybe you're trying to breathe life into your tired old newsletter. Here you'll learn some great tips and tricks for getting more readers to check out your newsletter...
    By Amber Neely July 13, 2011 


  • Need Help With Your E-book Layout? Try These Templates

    Now that e-book sales have eclipsed traditional book sales, more new writers are looking for ways to cash in on the e-book craze. Short of purchasing an e-book compiler, the best thing for an aspiring writer to do is find a free e-book template for Microsoft...
    By KennethSleight July 13, 2011 

  • Great Resources for Stock Images of Business People

    Whether you're throwing together a presentation to wow your boss and coworkers and get your point across, or you're looking for high quality business images for product packaging or web design, navigating the stock photography circle just got...
    By Amber Neely July 12, 2011 

  • Design 101 - Introducing Your Portfolio to Prospective Clients

    Designers of all calibers will find themselves with the task of providing a portfolio for a prospective client or company. Most will include their works, references, and contact information, but what about the introduction letter? If you...
    By Regina Woodard July 12, 2011 

  • A Look at Margin Standards for Various Publication Types

    Properly formatting a piece of writing is just as important, sometimes even more so, than the content of the writing itself. An improperly formatted document is likely to hit the recycle bin without even a cursory glance.
    By KennethSleight July 12, 2011 
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