Files must be in vector format: AI, EPS, PS, PDF, CDR (may contain bitmaps) or raster TIF (with lossless compression); JPG (with lossy compression, however, the customer must be aware of possible loss of quality).
Files should be in CMYK color mode (if you use other RGB color modes, Lab, Index, the color scheme may be significantly different from the client’s expectations.)
When a client wants to receive a printed Pantone color, the supplied files must be in the vector file format with the given color in the vector object.
Files should not be multipage.
Single files should not contain several images as separate designs for flags, banners, etc.
Every flag, banner, etc. Must be a separate file. Pay particular attention to the 1: 1 resolution used for prints of 10 sq.m. . Use 10 resolutions. 100 120 dpi
* For prints of 10 30 sq.m. , use a resolution of 50 100 dpi * for prints of <30> 30 resolution. It should have about 50 dpiHowever, ideally the right resolution needs to be matched individually to each print, as the designs contain different smaller or larger elements irrespective of the final print size.
The optimal resolution of the graphic should be chosen by the designer. Never use some special features in graphical programs (which may cause unexpected results), such as Overprint, which will cause the graphic element to not print.
We do not accept files or projects:
In the form of so called. Opened from Quark, InDesign, PageMaker, etc.
As unique to a specific program.
PSD (Photoshop only may contain items that are not available on other graphics stations. )
CMX (presentation file, unique to Corel), etc.
Files from programs that are not graphical programs: Word, Excel, etc.
Graphics files that do not support 24-bit color space, such as gif, bmp
NOTE! Any deviations from the aforementioned rules and recommendations may cause unexpected results in the final print for which we are not responsible.