|Non-Accepted Artwork Formats
||Accepted Artwork Formats
|Microsoft :- Word, Publisher, PowerPoint
||Adobe Illustrator CC
||Adobe Photoshop CC
|Adobe IndesignQuark V6.5Quark V6.5
|BNG and .GIF
(in order of preference)
Adobe Illustrator (Preferred Format)
Files types include (.ai) (.eps) and (.pdf) Standard file format for saving vector graphics created in Illustrator. Preserves artwork to outlines for ease of scaling; line and curves stay true and are not rasterized into pixels (as in Photoshop EPS). All placed images (scans and fonts) need to be supplied in addition to original file.
Files types include (as above) (.jpg) and (tiff) Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) language file format can contain both vector and bitmap graphics and is supported by virtually all graphics, illustration, and page-layout programs. When you open an EPS file containing vector graphics, Photoshop rasterizes the image, converting the vector graphics to pixels.
Files types include (.qxd). Quark files are often editable files that comprise of several components to the artwork and is usually used only when the original files has been created in Quark. All artwork supplied in this format must be accompanied placed images (scans and fonts) in addition to original file.
- All artwork needs to be a minimum of 300dpi and supplied in a CMYK format
- Any scanned image (.jpg or .tiff) is un-editable (re-creation is available at additional costs)
- Portable Document Format (PDF) is a flexible, cross-platform, cross-application file format. PDF files accurately
- Display and preserve fonts, page layouts, and both vector and bitmap graphics
- Bleed – Please add a minimum of 2mm bleed on artwork where appropriate
- Key lines – These are to be visible on shaped artwork (must be removable)
- All images supplied 1 up unless otherwise stated