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Helping a Client Create a Graphic for UV-LED Printing

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There are three things I would recommend considering before printing a photo or graphic on a product:

  • The material and color of the substrate are important; you should choose colors in the imprint that will stand out from the background and create an eye-catching contrast.
  • Consider the shape of the item you are printing on. Will the entire item be printed, or is there a limited imprint area or specific shape that the artwork will need to conform to?
  • Finally, the style of the art should match your audience. The choice of fonts or colors may differ greatly depending on whether the audience is corporate or casual.
Rachel Tindal LogoJET

Rachel Tindal

LogoJET

Rachel Tindal is the art director at LogoJET and has over 20 years of experience in the printing and graphics industry. Originally from Ontario, Canada, she has worked with small print shops and promotional product businesses ranging to large corporate marketing firms. She has specialized in creating artwork for direct-to-substrate printing technology since 2005.

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