November 19, 2015 – Before working with a graphic artist, it is first necessary to familiarize yourself with some of the basic terms that will help you adequately describe exactly what you want to be created in your unique design.
- Visual Area: The area on the page that the eyes are first drawn to.
- Trim/Bleed: Bleeding is a printing term that refers to the section that goes past the trim.
- Pixilation: The transformation of a printed image into a new and digitalized image file. Images that are too pixilated will not appear very clear when blown up past their original size.
Tips for Working Together with a Graphic Designer
Now that you are better acquainted with some of the industry terms, it is important to equip yourself with general tips for working together with a graphic designer:
– Consult the Pantone Matching System (PMS) colour chart to get a better idea as to the type of colour scheme you want for your display. It might be a worthwhile idea to consider using the same colours that your customer base already associates with your brand.
– Without the help of a designer, you may still be able to create your own, visually-aesthetic graphics. Unfortunately, if you don’t know the branding guidelines for your graphics, it may be difficult to consistently replicate your logos and type face. A professional designer should keep track of your graphic elements for you.
– When meeting with your graphic designer, don’t forget to emphasize that you want high resolution images/logos and be clear in your communication when it comes to layout and design expectations.
– You can further establish exactly what you want your graphic artist to create by providing already-existing examples of what you have seen and what you like.
– Set a deadline with your designer, but be realistic – they are not miracle workers. Remember that the first draft will not be perfect and that you need to work harmoniously together with your graphic artist to create the best possible display images.
– Instead of directing the designer to create something in a certain way, instead ask them if there is a way to add attitude or an emotion to your design. For example, instead of asking the graphic artists to change the background to blue, ask the graphic artist if there is a way to create a calmer and more soothing environment?
Moreover, companies who choose to do their business with Best Displays & Graphics will receive rendering services as well. This means that you will be able to clearly communicate the unique requirements of your specific, custom display. This can include anything from height restrictions to shelving, lighting, graphic placement, monitor placement, and much, much more. Once our graphic designers fully understand your priorities, they will translate those priorities into a unique, custom display. Our customers should always remember that the only way to get the most of our design services is to work collaboratively together with our designers.
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