I'm working on a business card but every time I try to upload it to vista print the design is blurry. I can't figure out why. It looks fine on my computer. I'm also using their custom design template so the dimensions and stuff are fine. I would try the psd but the psd file is too big. Anyway to shrink it? I've tried JPEG, png, and eps so far.
I just purchased the Adobe Design Suite 5.5 Creative Premium.
I have an old two sided business card stored to JPEG. Its two sided, so I have a jpeg of the front of the card and a separate jpeg of the back of the card. The card is full of graphics so I was hoping to not have to edit the card at all - and just print it in photoshop or illustrator.
I'm doing a business card for my friend in photoshop (can't use japanese in illustrator), and he uses this specific company color. I switched the image to greyscale and used tritones for the pantone spot colors. However, it seems these pantone colors don't cover every color in the spectrum. Can I just choose the color I want using the hex code? also, I added bleeds to my card. When I am done, what file should I send to the printer? .tif? or the photoshop file? and also, how will they know where the bleeds start and where it ends? should I draw lines on the picture to show them? Last thing, why is it when you save a file in cmyk, the color gets so distorted?
My experience with CS3 is with photos and not creating images starting with a blank canvas...so I am having a hard time trying to figure out how to copy/paste the image I made (using brushes and text only)from a blank canvas on to a template for a business card...
editing my business card to modifiy the text. I used a company to create the business card I'm using illustrator cs6. I've clicked the selection tool, then the text, and the teext has anchor points around them, but I can't edit any text. What's the best approach to edit this card.
Question: How do I join triangles and squares so that they are symmetrical?
I have a customer for whom I am designing a business card. I am having to reset the business card from a scanned image.
The business card has got angles and triangles on it. Some of the angles have fills. Others do not.
I can use the Shape tool and trace the scanned image of my customer's business card. However, some of the angles are mirrored on either end of the business card. If I trace the scanned image it would be hard to get the angles right.
Basically, how, to work with triangles? I need to join triangles together at angles and so forth so that the business card looks symmetrical.
I'm updating my companies business cards which have a white background. Is there a way to get a thin black line at the artboards edges that I could use when the design is put on a word document for presentation?
It's just to see the outer edge in presentation, not in printed version.I guess i could draw a rectangle and have a black border, but is there another way to get the exact edges?
I am trying to resize a logo to place on a business card. When I insert the logo and hit ctrl+shift to resize with the cornerbox I shrink it and the box becomes smaller but the image stays the same size. So pretty much it is merely just zooming into the logo and cutting off the picture. It is a jpeg. file. Beginner at InDesign here.
When I went to make my business cards, I had the settings at 2in x 3.5in 300dpi in GIMP.
When I go to print them as business cards using GimpLabels, you can only see the very top portion of my image. After switching the ruler settings to pxl (in the corner) I noticed my image is actually 2500 pixels by 3500 pixels. Obviously a business card is not that big. So... Is there anyway to easily scale this to the correct size?
I actually have about 10 different versions of this card I have to print.... So it would really suck if I'd have to go in an manually scale every one of them. It would be nice if GimpLabels would scale it itself you know?
So I am desinging a business card for a company I work for. The company we are sending them off too obviously needs to have the bleed and trims marks. The only thing I can't figure out is how do I make the bleed marks visible to them? When I print the document it shows me the trim marks but since I have a white background, it looks as if there is no border. Should I add a border to the actual Artboard?
I am working on double sided business cards. I am using illustrator cs4. But the crop marks on one side dont align with the other. I am also using a office jet pro 8600 with duplex printing. I called HP but they said it has nothing to with the printer. They said it is the software that I am using.
I have a document i am designing that has a front and a back to it, its not a business card.
How do i align/position the two sides so i get specific elements where i want them on the back side,
the problem is not with the front and i only need to position the back and specifically, i have checked out the print preview imposition tool and only seems to just print duplicate copies however many times need, unless i used it incorrectly,
I mean i could manually try to set them up and waste a lot of ink and paper positioning the two sides but i believe there is a faster/smarter method to accomplish this.
After getting a bit of a nagging from the in laws I got round to cataloguing the last few months photos to upload the pics of the kids.
When I go to upload to flickr it will publish two images then crash and the cycle repeats - having a few hundreds to upload there is no way on earth I'm going to babysit Lightroom while it does this.
I'm using jFlickr and have the most up to date version - although I was reluctant to mention this as I half suspect my issue will now be shelved using this as a get out - but frankly Adobe's offering is poor and presumes you've just started with Flickr.
The OS is Windows 8.1 64bit - LR 5.3 (same results on 5.1 and 5.2)