- Backlit Displays
- Digital Signage
- Counters & Kiosks
- Photo Gallery
File Setup Instructions
Desired File Formats:
First round of digital proof(s): FREE
Double Check prior to uploading:
STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO CORRECTLY SET UP YOUR FILES:
Before uploading your files here are a few things to double check:
These are raster image files and are commonly used for photographs. Leaving the user the ability to control the level of compression, JPG files are great for maintaining a small file size and also for web graphics. One problem with JPG files is that every time they are saved they are also compressed. This results in reduced image quality, especially after multiple saves. If you plan to save an image multiple times, a good strategy is to save it as an Photoshop file (.psd) until you are done altering it. At that point you can save it as a JPG to reduce the file size.
When dealing with trade show graphics, JPG files are used for saving images more than any other file extension. The reason being, the graphics are often so large that saving them as an uncompressed file such as a TIF is not practical. The best thing to do is work on your images in Photoshop (.psd) and then save them out as a maximum quality JPG when you are ready to bring them into Illustrator or InDesign. This will reduce the file size quite a bit, but will not hurt the image quality.