Pre-press is a common term publishers use in printing and publishing. It refers to various processes and procedures that take place between the creation of a print layout and the final printing. These include images/text adjustments, creating a high-quality print file, and more.
Printing may seem like a straightforward job. However, getting a design printed correctly involves a lot of work in the background to ensure that the designer can perfectly translate the client’s requirements onto paper.
It is for this reason that editorial and pre-press solutions exist. The quality of the published products depends largely on the effectiveness of the editorial and pre-press solutions that a publishing agency employs. In this mini-book by Hurix, get PrePress tips for print publishing, design alignment, and editorial creation.