In graphic design, understanding the project's "canvas" size is important. In addition to the US standard sizes there is an international standard known as ISO 216. It has a variety of paper series and extensions.
There are no printers that can print to the edge of a paper. The work around, put the design on a larger piece of paper and cut it down to size.
Most artists understand the size and shape of their canvas before they start. Graphic design allows more flexibility; with a few clicks, I can make my canvas any size I want. However, with a little foresight and planning, this knowledge can help you make size choices that are cost effective for your project.
At work, having the courage to think differently and create a new solution is not easy but is rewarding.
Paper can have multiple characteristics. The trick is choosing the right combination for your final product. This article focuses on paper weight & thickness.
Employers are looking for passionate employees and sometimes skiing makes it into the list of required skills.
Once you have created the branding elements, it becomes a matter of combining them.