Illustrator

Design Home | Color | Resolution | Art Specifications | InDesign | Illustrator | Photoshop | Acrobat | Other

Adobe Illustrator was created for line art (vector art). That line art was meant to be imported and placed into InDesign.

However, many designers want to use Illustrator as a page layout program. To do this, or to create files that will be placed in other programs, follow these simple guidelines:

Warning on placing photos in Illustrator: Besides making your Illustrator file huge, photos print poorly from Illustrator. The program simply wasn’t designed to have photgraphs placed inside of it. Photos will tend to be lighter than expected, with less contrast. (Sort of grayed out). Adobe recommends our customers design their files in InDesign.

If your file does not have photos, illustrator outputs nicely and as expected.

  • Color:  Under “Edit > Color Settings...” be sure the “Enable Color Management” button is unclicked so that color management is turned off.
  • Design: Our Illustrator templates make it simple. Just follow the basic guide lines included with each template and your design will be a success. There is an EPS file for previous versions of Illustrator.  You can find all templates on each of our products' web pages.

About PosterGarden

PosterGarden offers uniquely simple portable displays and accessories, including banner stands, popup booths, tabletop displays, event tents, and flags. Many of our displays are exclusive to PosterGarden; we designed them and they’re manufactured solely for us. In addition, we offer a comprehensive suite of graphic design services, and we help our customers find success at all their trade shows and events every step of the way. Read More

Idea Book

Juvenile products manufacturer Dorel Juvenile was looking for a head-turning, flexible option in a portable display. They found it in PosterGarden's Varia.Sophora 10-Foot Fan Display.  Read More

 

Ideabook

LiveZilla Live Chat Software
--%>