In the world of traditional printing, getting the right color in the right place on the page is something of an art form, done by overlapping layers of ink in just the right quantities using carefully positioned aluminum plates. In a digital world of backlit screens, color is a more technical process, using the spectrum of visible light to produce the desired color output. When these two worlds collide for digital printing, colors must undergo a transition from how they are displayed on screen to what gets printed on the page.
We’ve just released a series of step-by-step guides to help our publishers create PDFs that are MagCloud publish-ready.
The How-to-Guides through document settings, trim and bleed tips, image sizing, color spacing, designing for perfect binding, PDF exporting and more.