Tuesday, November 1, 2011

How To Design and Create Pocket Folders by: Brent M Durell

Pocket folders are becoming everyday things that many people utilize on a regular basis. In every need and purpose, a pocket folder printing would surely be there. In everyday situations like that in schools and offices, a pocket folder is one of the essential accessories that can be found.

Students and professionals alike use these folders to carry their documents – for the students, they are used to keep homework, report cards, term papers, and the handouts from the classes they have. For those employed, pocket folders act as presentation folders wherein other print promotional materials are kept organized and sorted out. They are even used for sending and mailing out marketing collateral to the target clients.

Creating Business Stationery Files In Adobe Illustrator 12 by: Jacob Gourd

Designing a identity for your small business can be a daunting task when your budget doesn’t stretch to hiring a professional to help you do the job. Digital artwork files need to be created to a correct size, resolution and color mode. Providing poor artwork files to printers will result in a unprofessional looking final product which wont leave a positive mark on your customers.

Screen Printing Terms / Jargon by: Michael D'Elena

This handy guide will allow you to quickly learn the basic terms and materials needed to screen print.


This can be a picture, drawing, cartoon, or words you want to put on your t-shirt. This is the starting point of screen printing your t-shirt. This can be done in many different ways using many different software packages. What is key is that the art must be done in vector format. The the main programs professionals (and amateurs) use are Adobe Illustrator and Corel Draw.

How To Create 3D Effects Using Corel 10 by: Blur Lorena

CorelDRAW’s tenth edition software, the CorelDraw 10, is an upgraded combination of CorelDRAW and Corel Photo-Paint with new features and a unified interface. It has added features from Corel R.A.V.E., a vector based animation suite that introduced the popular Micromedia Flash animations and movie format best suited for web content. It also offers more fonts, clip arts, option palettes, filters, toolbars, and a graphics powerhouse to help you create print and web graphics design. All tools used in this software are those tools you see in Photo-paint or R.A.V.E.

Express Your Eccentricity with Corel Draw by: Maricon Williams

Individual differences teach us that we have diversities with other people included in this diversity is our sense of craftsmanship and artistry. To express this eccentricity in design we can rely on Corel Draw.
Corel Draw includes features like manipulating graphics and images, user-friendly interactive tools which allow the creation of fills, vector extrusions and envelopes. It also has new symbols to support the user limit the number of elements in his designs and reuse most common ones. Another feature is the chance to move between applications effortlessly. Not only that, you can also design your own workspace so you can decide how you want to work.