Graphic designers, here is a practical guide to printing for you! Written by Geoffrey Dorne TheSeptember 14, 2012 12 comments Hello Today, just for you graphic designer friends, I offer you a free book for free reading and downloading. Entitled " this guide aims to explain concretely how modernity, industrialization and standardization must combine to serve printed quality. We also discover how to take advantage of the industrial movement currently at work in the graphic arts to, at the same time, increase productivity and magnify the printed thing.
Nothing less. I appreciate all the more the approach as paradoxical as it is because, it is its author, Christophe Colin, who says it: "This image manipulation service work is free whereas its drafting and its conception represented many hours, days, and even working nights. Paradox of paradoxes, I don’t really appreciate reading on screen which slows down concentration and tires the eyes”. Presentation : “Long live paper and all those who make it a profession to print it! The purpose of this book is precisely to explain concretely how modernity, industrialization and standardization must combine to serve printed quality.
How to take advantage of the industrial movement currently underway in the graphic arts to, at the same time, increase productivity and magnify the printed thing. Nothing less. It’s not (far from it) an encyclopedia of print technologies, or even a technical print manual. This book brings together more modestly the essentials of what it is necessary to know and understand in order to apprehend and concretely organize the industrial change in the book trades. It is not so much the technologies that are revolutionizing the latter today, but much more the economic constraint and the hypercompetitive environment that demand, always and constantly, more productivity.