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Now in its fifth edition, this book covers the most up-to-date technological advances in graphics and print production, fully explaining all the standard prepress and printing processes, including detailed coverage of the latest digital direct-to-plate offset and small-run on-demand color printing.Production for Graphic Designersgives clear and concisely written advice on preparing artwork for printers, examines the creative potential of typography in a digital environment, and provides comprehensive coverage of working with illustrations, layout and proofing in both computerized and conventional workflows.
Table of Contents
|Some history||p. 12|
|Printing pictures||p. 14|
|Enter lithography and photography||p. 16|
|bull; Milestones in the history of production technology for graphic designers||p. 20|