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Bye bye Registration Inaccuracies: Techniques for a clean print design

If several colors are printed on each other or on each other in print, it quickly leads to unclean edges and unwanted mixed colors. This may be the case with magazines, flyers and leaflets or posters and of course you do not want that. How you can prevent this with a few tricks, we explain in this blog post!
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The 5 best calligraphic fonts

Typical of a calligraphic drift is her character character with changing strength, which automatically arises when writing with a calligraphy pen. The varying line weights, combined with the handwriting character, lend the calligraphy fonts a liveliness and at the same time an elegance and individuality. The festive effect of the fonts can be used not only at Christmas time to make greetings and postcards appropriate, but also to individually decorate a page of your business card or poster.
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Recognition in the advertising design

Habits play an important role not only for children and the elderly, but for every human being. Many have a negative connotation, but habits also have advantages – they provide security, enable quick action and can serve as a basis for emotional balance. Just as familiar familiarity quickly, it is the same with the Recognized.
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The 5 best links to the color effect

Red is love and black is sad – yes, these are certainly partial aspects of the effect of colors. In order to use colors optimally in companies and in advertising, it is important to get more detailed and in-depth information. Because colors do not only affect one, but always on several levels, and in addition to the instincts is always sufficient background knowledge required in the decision. PrintCarrier.com has put together the top five color impact web sites.
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The 1 x 1 of the magazine design: Pictures – Part 2

The design of brochures is – like the design of other print media – subject to special rules. In our series on magazine design we have already considered the creation of typesetting levels, the readability features, the work with the design grid and the text management. In the first part we deal with the picture style and the picture selection; The second part deals with the viewing direction and the image distribution on the page.
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The 5 Best Links to Typography Trends 2018

By 2017 there is not much left. Needless to say, there is already speculation about the 2018 trends in almost every industry. We have compiled the best links to the upcoming webdesign trends here. But also in the design of writing prophesy doom some, what is announced in the coming year. PrintCarrier.com shows you the best five links!
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The 1 x 1 of the Magazine design: pictures – Part 1

Printed products are consumed under different conditions and require correspondingly different designs. Even brochures must meet certain conditions in order to land the reader optimally. In our series on magazine design we have already considered the creation of typesetting levels, the readability features, the work with the design grid and the text management. In the first part we deal with the picture style and the picture selection; The second part deals with the viewing direction and the image distribution on the page.
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Combine fonts properly – we’ll explaine how it works!

The Combination Secret: How to mix fonts

Mixing fonts is a case for a lot of tact. What appears to be clear and successful in itself can be completely out of the question by combining it with other elements. We’ll give you some rules of thumb to help you avoid the worst mistakes and make your Typo-poster a success. And when the flair for font mixes has passed into flesh and blood, you can break the rules and create exciting typography.

We have put together the most important four do’s and don’ts in writing combination in a short blog post – we hope you enjoy reading and trying it out!
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The 1 x 1 of the magazine design: The type area – Part 3

The third part of our series on typesetting in the brochure design shows further, common methods to find the type area of a magazine. While in Part 1 a simple number series and in Part 2 the Golden Section serves as the basis, the third part illuminates the typesetting using a line construction as well as the 9-division. Read more…

In 5 steps to the perfect poster

Today it’s all about the perfect poster – so the attractive wall accessory for the home and the aesthetic eye-catcher in public spaces. We answer the exciting question for you: What do I have to consider in poster design?
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