To get started with your graphic design, please follow these file upload guidelines below:
Step 1. Email Solutions@RJsSigns.com to send your file for printing. Vector-based files are HIGHLY recommended for high resolution in the final output. Vector based graphics are typically originated in Programs such as Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, CoredDraw, and FlexiSign, to name a few.
Files that are converted to jpeg, bmp, eps, or tif (for example) are no longer the original creation, therefore the clean lines of the original could potentially be lost as the image is made to the size of a banner, sign, storefront, or vehicle. For a more detailed explanation on Vector-based -vs- Bitmap, click on the Vector -vs- Bitmap Graphics link below.
Step 2. When emailing, attach your vector file and include any special instructions in the email such as final print dimensions needed, longevity of product, example: 7 years outdoor -vs- 3-day indoor. Also include in the email if this is based on a prior quote fulfillment by RJ’s Signs & Designs, or if this is a new quote request.
If you need additional ideas to pull your project together, check out the links below for the following information:
- A definition of Vector Graphics
- Stock photo library,
- Or browse Google for design ideas.
Once you find what you’re looking for, then check back with us with your findings. We’ll give life and outdoor durability to your ideas. Now that’s very important!
Vector -vs- Bitmap Graphics Defined
This is the link to Mike’s SketchPad website. Mike’s website gives a detailed description of the differences between bitmap graphics and vector graphics. It also defines RGB color versus CMYK, and Native file versus Converted, in other words, Vector -vs- Bitmap, jpg, etc.
Over 500,000 (and growing) reasonably priced stock photos and vector art. This website includes stock photos and vector art by rjssigns. Click Here for Stock Photos by RJs Signs & Designs.