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(Please note: Graphic templates are located per product*) 

*Contact us if you do not see the specific template you are looking for.

  

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Continue reading our Artwork Guidelines:

 

Acceptable Files For Printing

PDF .PDF EPS .EPS TIFF .TIF Illustrator Adobe Illustrator Photoshop Adobe Photoshop

 

Graphic Services

Here at Diers we are happy to help you with any artwork questions you may have. Please note, however, that we charge $85 an hour for any designs or artwork you may need started or for completion. This includes examples of what your branding would look like on our products, as well as any tweaks or modifications for completion. 

$85 per hour 

Estimated design time will be provided to you prior to start of your project. The following are what we have done for our customer’s pop up displays as examples.

Express 1-hour Design
Simple layout & Typesetting
Vector base graphics (Customer must supply vector base graphics: logo, image and text)
Custom Design (3 hours)
Layout & Typesetting
Simple photo editing which includes cropping and color adjusting
Custom Design (7 hours)
Layout & Typesetting
Photo editing which includes cropping, color adjusting, and cloning.
Creating vector elements

Graphic Tips

Photoshop Users

Templates are available to download under the product descriptions.

Whether you use our templates or you create your own document, please make sure the dimension of your file is the EXACT SIZE of the finished size and the starting resolution is at least 125 DPI.

Image Resolution

**Photos and graphics must be AT LEAST 125 DPI at FULL SIZE** Diers is not responsible for any discrepancies in the product if the files were not submitted within our requirement guidelines.

If you have any questions on how to configure your images and graphics to 125 and/or 300 DPI, please contact our design specialist.

Below are the steps to making your images 125 DPI.

In Photoshop, you can go to IMAGE -> IMAGE SIZE to find out your file resolution.

Determine Image Quality from Source

Good Quality:
High resolution / high quality stock photography
High resolution / high quality scanner

Low Quality:
Screen capture of video frame
Low resolution / low quality stock photography
Image lifted off a web-page
High and Low resolution difference

Hight and Low resolution difference

Why 125 DPI?

Since your banner will be a large format print, you don’t need to prepare your file in 300 DPI which is usually used for smaller format print, however, if you're image is 300 DPI that is perfectly fine.

If you are uncertain of the quality of your images, please call us at 877-924-0111 or email us at info@diersexhibitgroup.com

Color Mode

Your file has to be in CMYK mode.
IMAGE -> MODE -> CMYK

RGB (used for web and screen images)
CMYK (used for print and paper materials)

Saving

When you are done with the design, flatten all the layers, then save as .TIF.


If you need our graphic designers to modify your art work, don’t flatten layers but convert all text to shapes.
(Graphic modification – $85 per hour. Please call for estimated time.)
LAYER -> TYPE -> CONVERT TO SHAPE

You are almost done!

Before you upload the file(s) to us, view your graphic in actual pixel view. VIEW -> ACTUAL PIXEL
Review the entire graphic carefully, especially your logo and photos if any, to make sure it looks good to you.
Because what you see in the actual pixel view is very close to what you will get on your banner(s).

If you are satisfied with what you see, please UPLOAD FILES Upload Files with your contact and order information.

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Illustrator Users

Image Resolution

Your images (any graphics that are not vector) need to be at least 125 DPI at FULL SIZE. If your entire graphic was created in Illustrator and contains no outside images, then the graphic will be vectors and will not be required to be configured to 125 DPI as they are built as scalable vectors. Contact our design specialist if you have questions regarding wether or not your graphic needs to be reconfigured.

Determine Image Quality from Source

Good Quality:
High resolution/high quality stock photography
High resolution/high quality scanner

Low Quality:
Screen capture of video frame
Low resolution/low quality stock photography
Image lifted off a web-page
High and Low resolution difference

Hight and Low resolution difference

Why 300 DPI?

Since your banner will be a large format print, you don’t need to prepare your file in 300 DPI which is usually used for smaller format print, but it is fine if they are 300 DPI.

If you are uncertain of the quality of your images, please call us at 877-924-0111 or email us at info@diersexhibitgroup.com.

Color Mode

Your file has to be in CMYK mode.
COLOR PALLET -> OPTION CMYK

Fonts

Convert all your text outlined.
TYPE -> CREATE OUTLINE


*If your text are not created outlined, font shift and discrepancies might occur.

Saving

When you are done with the design, save the file in .EPS format.
If you have extra graphics outside of the finished size area, create a clipping mask around the area with the exact size of finishing size before saving.

If you need our graphic designers to modify your art work, send us your original Illustrator file(s).
(Graphic modification – $85 per hour. Please call for estimated time.)

You are almost done!

Before you upload the file(s) to us, open the .EPS file you just saved.
Review all the graphics/text and make sure the dimension is right.

If you are satisfied with what you see, please UPLOAD FILES Upload Fileswith your contact and order information.