Perfect Printing: Take Your File From Screen to Paper Like a Pro

Posted by Iris Creative Group on June 11, 2018

Do your designs look great on screen but horrible on paper? Do you dread requesting a print quote—and all the overwhelming decisions that come with it.

In our next Master Class, Beth Brodovsky and Meghan Reilly of Iris Creative will guide you through everything you need to know to go to print—painlessly. We’ll cover universal points critical to looking great on paper — with tips when working in Word, Canva, InDesign and more.

If you are tired of guessing why colors look different, fonts are messed up and your pictures are fuzzy, join us for this practical session designed to demystify the printing process.

In this class you’ll learn:

  • Color principles important for consistency, including when to use CMYK, RGB or PMS
  • All about bleed and other printer lingo
  • How to choose the right paper for your project
  • How to make sure your fonts print correctly
  • The difference between digital and offset printing, which to choose, and what that means for your quality, timing and cost
  • Tips and tricks for checking your files and reviewing your proofs
  • How to request a print quote (including our free template to make your job easier)

Who is this session for?

This session is for you if you’re responsible for getting anything from the screen to print—from business cards to appeals and invitations.

Perfect Printing: Take Your File From Screen to Paper Like a Pro
Instructors: Beth Brodovsky and Meghan Reilly
Master Class Webinar
Thursday, June 21, 2–3 p.m. EST

Attendees will receive a FREE print quote request template

All attendees can ask questions by phone or email after the class.
Can’t make it live? You can access a replay later.

$59 – Register Now!

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