The design of the preparation for the printing Ep1/15 [Multimedia design]

The design of the preparation for the printing Ep1/15 [Multimedia-design – print]

When you think of the design for printing there are a number of factors, we need to consider.

In this video I’m going to touch on the following topics:

– The quality of the image

– Colors

– Document setup

If these things are not supported, at an early stage in the project, you can come back to haunt you later.

Only if you think that you have finished your design and your ready for printing, you will receive the printer, you call, say that the individual files are not in the correct format, the colors are wrong and you must return to your work and spend more time fine-tuning.

In this video I want to share my experiences with you and inform you about the things that you need to be aware of, I hope so, that you pass them.

You will benefit from

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YOU WILL GET THE FOLDER OF THE PROJECT, FROM THE VIDEO PRESENTATION HERE:

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EPISODE LIST WITH LINKS:

This video is part of a 15-course:

THE COURSES IN THE OVERVIEW

Multimedia Design-print | preview the courses and ventilation

SECTION 1 – PREPARATION AND PROCESS DESIGN

Ep2 – What is a villain?

Ep3 – the Design process for print

Ep4 – What programs I use for designing for print?

SECTION 2 – DESIGN AND ARTWORKING

Ep5 – models in Adobe Illustrator

Ep6 – a effect, monochrome in Adobe Photoshop

Ep7 – Create a business card in Adobe InDesign

Ep8 – Create a live header in Adobe InDesign

Ep9 – put a brochure in Adobe InDesign

Ep10 – Add images and the texture of the brochure design in InDesign

Ep11 – Add a kind of brochure design in InDesign

SECTION 3 – EXPORT AND PRINT

Ep12 – Export ready for print in InDesign

Ep13 – the printing of brochures in PDF-format in InDesign

Ep14 – IDML – InDesign Markup | Retro-compatibility in InDesign

Ep15 – packaging a document in InDesign

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41 replies
  1. Thiago Consolaro
    Thiago Consolaro says:

    Very good and well detailed video. Congratulations!!
    I have a silly question. If I want to make an A4 Half Fold Brochure, then I should create an A3 file, right? Because it will be folded in half. I’m a beginner in InDesign and this is important to know before starting haha
    Thank you!!!

    Reply
  2. jordanzish
    jordanzish says:

    Why should one avoid png but not jpg? I understand that a sufficiently high resolution jpeg with a minimum of artifacts will look fine shrunk and printed in a document, but jpeg is inherently lossy whereas png doesn’t necessarily have to be, or am I missing some piece of the puzzle?

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  3. senadirect
    senadirect says:

    Nice one here… a request, I use GIMP not Photoshop, while GIMP can access photoshop and Inkscape can assess Ai files, your PSD files wont open in my gimp, I already bought the project files before discovering this. Any help here, at least to save out the PSD files in a way GIMP understand them

    Reply
  4. king frank
    king frank says:

    mr Gareth david i wanna buy you a cofee of $2.5 but i dont know if you accept payooner mastercard for payment,please i need your reply.

    Reply
  5. Jessica Dents
    Jessica Dents says:

    Hi Gareth, I’m a self taught graphic artist and have recently taken on vector illustration and print design to broaden my abilities for future jobs. I started in middle school learning photoshop on my own with the help of online tutorials. My only "formal" training would be my photoshop and Illustrator classes in high school but I already knew the majority of what was taught. I’d like to thank you for providing quality instructional content for those of us who choose to continue learning outside of a formal environment. You’ve inspired and helped so many people acquire the skills to create such wonderful things and I don’t think I only speak for myself when I say that we couldn’t thank you enough for sharing your gift and knowledge with us.

    Reply
  6. Isabel Brodie
    Isabel Brodie says:

    Very helpful! Perfect timing as I’m currently handling my first print project. Can’t wait for the upcoming episodes.

    Reply
  7. Vic Umengan
    Vic Umengan says:

    +TastyTuts | Creative video tutorials by Gareth David  is the best and well organize tutorial I’ve ever watched compare to any other tutorials here in YouTube. This must have the most viewed and subscribed tutorial.  In his "+Gareth David" tutorials you’ll get to learn what you need to learn and much easier to understand. Keep inspiring us and stay unselfish of sharing your knowledge. More power and more videos to come. God bless!

    Reply
  8. umetnick
    umetnick says:

    Hi. I think It would be very interesting if you do a tutorial for making a magazine or a newspaper.There are some tutorials about it , but it usually refers only to one page or something. I would really like to see if someone explains it from A to Z for one who eventually would like to work in that field.

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  9. Jakob Florian Samstag
    Jakob Florian Samstag says:

    "dpi" origins from the printing area, so it defines NOT the density of pixels contained in an image. It says "dots per inch" and describes the density of (rasterised/printed) dots in an inch. This thing with the pixels is described by ppi. Good vid anyway!

    Reply
  10. Oliver Gomes
    Oliver Gomes says:

    Wow….so glad i found your channel, best instructor out there, Hands Down !!! Thanks a lot for sharing such knowledge and making it super easy to understand

    Reply
  11. sibi sanjay
    sibi sanjay says:

    Hey Gareth, I’m an Industrial designing student but I also have to study Graphic design to complete my course. So I think your youtube channel is perfect to follow on to learn some nice graphic design. All your tutorials are really preofessional, impressive and fun to watch and learn. Good Job Gareth, by the way can you tell me what’s the background music you’ve added at the end of each episode?

    Reply
  12. TheFrogFoolTV
    TheFrogFoolTV says:

    Hi Tasty, great job!
    I have question, how to know an pdf file is high quality enough?
    I mean, assuming that i am client, i got your high-quality-print pdf. So how can i verify that? is there any tool to analyze that pdf file to be certified that is high quality standard?

    Thanks for the tut!
    FrogFool.

    Reply
  13. LOOBALLOON
    LOOBALLOON says:

    dont move your head you are not achieving anything except dizziness to the spectator
    do you have a problem holding straight your head?
    sternocleidomastoid muscles not working very well

    Reply
  14. Vít Svojše
    Vít Svojše says:

    I started hating your videos from the time you showed your face. The moves with your head are really too much. Try to not make it that much "intense". Its really, really annoying.

    Reply
  15. TastyTuts
    TastyTuts says:

    When we think about design for print there are a number of factors we need to consider.

    In this video I am going to be touching on the following topics:

    – Image quality 
    – Image file types
    – Colour references
    – Project preparation
    – Document specification

    If these things are not addressed early on in a project they can come back to haunt you later. 

    Reply
  16. Nicole Marcio
    Nicole Marcio says:

    This is all I need to finally understand how to prepare my files for print. Thank you very much, amazing work!!

    Reply

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