Ever find the alphabet soup of file formats confusing? Which are vector? Which are raster? And when should each be used? This beginner’s guide to vector graphics is a comprehensive resource where you’ll find solid facts and helpful tips on making and using vector images.
Why does artwork look great on the computer AND print perfectly to an inkjet, but the colors look really different when the local print shop makes thousands of them? The differences between desktop printing and prepress techniques may surprise you. Here are some ways to get more predictable results.
Named for what they don’t have, sans serif typefaces (no serifs; flags on tips of serif fonts) are used in websites, signage and documents we see every day. In five basic classes, the following samples of sans serif typefaces show why their clean lines partner perfectly with other, more artsy fonts.
We’ve all read them and wept… mission statements that don’t work. What does this company do? Why are these people in business? Read on to learn more about where mission statements go wrong, and what steps you can take to ensure your mission statement doesn’t fall into the same trap.
An Energy Star label does not guarantee a tax credit or a rebate. It does guarantee a product will cost less to operate, because it makes efficient use of energy. If you want a tax credit, or tax rebate, check with the IRS to see if the product qualifies before you make a purchase. Here’s how.