Planning, design & layout
Tips for designers
A bitmap image is composed of pixels that contain specific colour information. It is always the quality of the original photo that determines the quality of the final output. All imperfections will be more visible when you enlarge a photograph. For best print result, be sure to:
Some things to remember
It is important to make your visitors feel comfortable. Here are a few guidelines to keep in mind.
Before starting your design
To create a design that will attract your target group, ask yourself these questions first: Who is the audience? What type of event is it? What do you want to express with your design and what are your goals with the event?
Keep in mind the 3 B’s, 3 C’s
How to use the 3 B’s, 3 C’s
When planning the design, it makes good sense to divide what is to be communicated into 3 groups:
Vector graphics consists of points, lines and curves. The graphics are based on mathematical calculations and the programs that create them save instructions on how the image should be drawn. Because the computer has a description of what the image should look like, it can be redrawn at any size without losing any quality. For best print result vectorize your logotype and convert all text to curves.