Using Output Preview to Check Spot Colors
How to set up Silver, Raised Spot UV, and Digital Foil Files using Spot Colors
Read This First Do I always have to set up spot colors in order to print a specialty element? Nope! If you're only printing a specialty element with no other print on the document, then you can just send us a file in black and white. Whatever is ...
How to use Output Preview to kind-of predict RGB to CMYK limitations
This is definintely not a bullet proof method but it will save you time and money by skipping printing a physical proof. You will need Adobe Acrobat PRO to do this. It's included in creative cloud. Open Adobe Acrobat Pro Click on the search icon, ...
White Ink File Setup in Photoshop
Photoshop Training video https://drive.google.com/file/d/1lVe-vIePaZjrYm00uyd6izNSOhzr1r7D/view?usp=sharing You can use photoshop when we do not have vector artwork for assets. The main difference between InDesign/illustrator vs. photoshop: it’s all ...
How to set up your file for Raised Spot UV in InDesign and Illustrator
Quick answer for Design Professionals In InDesign or Illustrator, set up a spot color and name it "Varnish". Go to attributes and make sure to select the objects as "Overprint Fill" or "Overprint Stroke". You can download our official color swatches ...
How to set up a file to print Silver Ink only in Photoshop
Note: This is for printing with silver ink only. It's a great way to print on darker papers as the silver is opaque enough to show well. This works when the file is set up so that the items that you want in silver are in black like the example below. ...