Out Now: Artwork Creation Guide
Standardization for Digital Files

by Ryan Szporer

To catch errors, you first need to see them.

Before using GlobalVision to check for mistakes on your files, make sure they’re created the same way. Our Artwork Creation Guide contains insights and easy-to-follow steps to improving the efficiency of your proofreading process.

The second edition of what was known as the StandardPractice, the guide has been updated and revamped with new best practices to guarantee consistency throughout the file-creation process, right up to the point your product goes to market.

The Gold Standard Practice

The new Artwork Creation Guide has expanded on what made its predecessor so effective. The industry’s best practices have been compiled, based on the first-hand experiences of those who make their livings within it: graphic designers, marketers, packaging specialists, and printers, among others.  

Consisting of 11 sections, the guide covers a wide range of topics, including:

  • Text Formatting
  • Tables
  • Braille
  • Barcodes
  • Standardization

A New Resource

The Artwork Creation Guide is available for purchase now in hardcover or as a digital download PDF. It is also included with every GlobalVision support plan. Contact Support for more details.

For quality control to work, the way the product is made should stay the same every time. It’s a generally accepted practice that extends to the above areas and packaging in general. In essence, automation has come to enter into the equation from the get-go.

Proofreading solutions like GlobalVision are quickly becoming the new standard themselves. They are essential to protecting brand integrity, improving time-to-market, and saving company resources. The Artwork Creation Guide is an additional resource at your disposal to help you get the most out of your quality control, and your GlobalVision system. Get your copy today.

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