If you’ve ever used an ordinary desktop printer to try to get professional-quality work done, you know how frustrating it can be. Rarely will colors appear exactly as they look onscreen. Rarely will your printer last a week without a hitch. With an offset printer, there are even more steps involved.
It’s safe to say that with so many things that can go wrong with any printing project, it pays to be prepared. Even the smallest color distortions can affect the final outcome of your projects. This is especially true when printing online- what you see on your screen might not be what we see from our end.
Here’re a few things you’ll need to know if you plan on going with an online printer.
by Cadence Wu on youthedesigner.com