• Adobe Indesign
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  • Photoshop


  • Booklets, Brochures, Pamphlets

  • 1- Magazines and other Print Media

    Properly-designed print images are radically different from web images in resolution, color modes, and file format. Color images that are RGB on the web are typically CMYK with most printing presses, although the newest press equipment more resembles photo processing and uses RGB.

    In fact, the same images often serve both print and web, meaning that image processing must follow a specific sequence to produce the best resolutions and quality, as well as saving time. At some printers, pages are created on large paper, and then trimmed to size, thereby eliminating the problem of printing to the end of the page. At other printing shops, proper margins must be observed as paper is not trimmed.

    Magazine and newspaper ads were created for Inland Empire Magazine and Inland Empire Family to aid in school advertising campaigns. The six ads were provided "camera-ready" to the magazines.

  • 2- Attracting a Crowd at the Tamale Festival

    Favorite foods, such as tamales, must be tasted to stand out in the competition. Inviting print banners on the booth will lure the customers over to taste your delectable creation. The moment is now yours.

  • 3- Event Posters and Brochures

    Major events often require promotion, schedules, tickets, glossies, and bios of the entertainers, as well as community ads which help to defray the costs of the printed materials. With dozens of projects created during the last decade, these multi-format projects are most successful when they reflect the community spirit.

    After Hurricane Katrina, a group of musicians initiated a fundraiser for hurricane victims in New Orleans. Providing some musicianship and creating the cover for the CD that was recorded was a task done with love.

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