There are so many different printing and production processes today for the variety of promotional products available, and they all have their own set of guidelines for how artwork should be set up to prevent a delay in production time as well as to get the best quality print possible. Dane Clement will discuss things to consider when creating your artwork so that it will be set up correctly from the start, preventing any bumps in the road when it goes to production.
Learn about various file formats and which ones work best for various processes, as well as why and how to create vector logos from low-resolution jpg files. Clement will explain how to set up files with the proper dimensions and resolution from the start, to help prevent headaches in the end.
President of Great Dane Graphics
Dane Clement is president of Great Dane Graphics (a GroupeSTAHL company), whose primary focus is creating quality artwork and training materials for the decorated apparel industry. He also serves as the vice president of creative for GroupeSTAHL. Clement has been speaking and writing for the decorated apparel industry since 2000. He is considered an expert on computer graphics and color separations for textile screen printing, dye sublimation, digital direct-to-garment, and heat-applied graphics. He is the author of T-Shirt Artwork Simplified, a how-to-book on creating artwork for decorating apparel in Adobe and Corel formats.