CJPW Types of Envelopes - CJPW List of types of envelopes and explanations
Designer Envelopes - Designing cards for friends and family is so rewarding, why not showcase the card in an attractive envelope decorated to match your artwork? A decorated envelope insures that your card will be the first one opened the day it arrives.
Envelope and Letter Folding: Why the Heck Would You Want to Fold an Envelope? - If you are not into envelope and letter folding you may wonder why one should go to the trouble of folding up an envelope when you could just buy one from a stationery store.
How to Get Your Prospects to Open Up Your Mail - There are specific envelope treatments that can increase the odds of your prospect opening your mail. And here are a two distinctly different ways to go about it
Learn about Designing and Printing Envelopes - Copy for the envelope can consist of rules, text, graphics, screens and halftones. When designing the copy for the envelope, you must keep in mind that there may be limitations on where you can place the copy due to postal regulations.
Letters, Labels, and Envelopes Design (PDF) - Like Forms, Browses, and Reports, Letters, Labels, and Envelopes are layouts. Theyfollow many of the same design principles, but the default layout for each is specificfor its type. In Letters, Labels, and Envelopes, you use Rich Text Objects for most oftheir design. Alpha Five Genies help you get set up easily and quickly with all threelayouts.
Postal Requirements for Envelope Layout - Make sure that you know postal regulations before designing your envelope layout.
Printing and Converting Envelopes - Envelopes are manufactured on specialty equipment using steel dies and then transferred to high-speed machines that affix glue to the seams, fold and complete the envelope. The very nature of these operations make it extremely difficult to make an envelope that is perfectly square, as is a sheet of paper. And that is the challenge to the printer: printing a ready-made envelope with type and graphics that are straight and true.
Personalized, One-of-a-kind Envelopes : Making the Envelopes - Our nicely finished acrylic sheet now becomes your cutting pattern.
Pushing the Envelope - At the National Postal Museum, envelopes are as critical a part of history as the letters inside
Tips and Tricks - Envelope Guide - Tips and Tricks - Envelope Guide
Business Letter Envelope - Print on 11x17 paper for this template
CD Envelope - Purchase your CDs in bulk and not only do you save money but you also eliminate extra packaging and all those jewel cases that just break apart and are not recyclable.
InDesign Envelope Convert Template - Compressed in a stuffed file. Envelope templates for reg #10 2-up, reg #10 1-up, square flap #10 1-up, #8 1-up, A-7 2-up, A-6 2-up and a readme file. All templates contain die spotters.
The Essentials Company Envelope Templates - Interesting envelope templates...inexpensive but not free.
Envelope-Templates - This directory contains the envelope templates for Sentinels.
Envelope templates - Mac templates were created with Quark XPress 4.1. ... PC templates were created in Quark XPress 3.3.
Green Sneakers - Home of the Fastest Envelope Template on the Planet and Paper Craft Fun!
LuncarClipse Templates - Here you will find many templates, but you will also find envelope templates here in QuarkXPress
Mirkwood Design Templates - Below are templates that you can use to make custom cards, envelopes, and boxes. Simply print out the image, use it as a template to cut your fine papers, and fold along dotted lines.
Print100 Envelope Templates - Envelope Templates in Illustrator, Corel, Photoshop, and Freehand
Printing Center - Envelope Templates - Many different envelope sizes to download in Quark or PDF
Small Envelope Template - Print on 8-1/2x11 size paper, completed size is 13cm wide by 9.5 cm high (approx. 5x3 inches). Suitable for gift cards, small notes, photos and for use in scrapbooks.
Spread Holiday Cheer Quickly with Templates Christmas Card Tip - Two free greeting card templates and envelope template
Wordsworth Wild Card and Envelope Templates - Wordsworth WildCards are the newest in card making templates. These card templates can be used to create wild and wacky cards to wow all your friends.
Envelope Templates - 4¾" x 6½" | A6 5¼" x 7¼" | A7 4" x 9¼" | No.9 4.12" x 9.5" | No.10
Printing Center QuarkXpress Envelope Templates - QuarkXpress and PDF Templates for Envelopes Envelope A-7 (Back Flap), Envelope A-2 (Back Flap), Standard #10 Envelope, and Envelope A-6 (Back Flap)
VistaPrint - VistaPrint allows you to upload your customized design...but their templates are on their page and ready to use...so you can use them without using VistaPrint
Business Cards: Ideas and Inspiration, Part II
Today we continue looking at business cards that stand out, and here’s hoping you get some inspiration and ideas! After all, you only get one first impression, so your business card should be something that showcases the best of your design abilities. On Wednesday we looked at the use of interesting shapes, 3D business cards, [...]
Business Cards: Ideas and Inspiration, Part I
As a graphic designer, your business card should do more than let people know how to contact you. If you’re interested in truly making a good first impression, the business card has got to stand out. Whether through color, design, die cutting, unique materials, 3D shapes, or actual samples of your work, a stand-out business [...]
Collaborating and Negotiating: Part II
Today, we’re looking at the collaboration side of negotiation and collaboration in graphic design. Because your work is ultimately for the client, at times you as the designer must be willing to compromise to reach a mutually agreeable goal. Here are some tips to help you collaborate with clients. Ways to Collaborate Listen. On page 28 [...]
Collaborating and Negotiating: Part I
It’s there in the design brief: the problem your client wants you to solve. But whether your objective is to create an advertisement, exhibition or public announcement, sometimes you and the client aren’t quite on the same page about what exactly the best design solution is. OC Photographer asked a great question about the collaborating [...]
When Things Go Bad: 5 Tips for Firing Clients
Most graphic designers will be in a similar situation at some point: the client will not pay, the client is never satisfied with your work yet won’t collaborate to fix it, or you simply realize that you and the client are not meshing. Regardless of when and why you need to fire a client, everyone [...]
Tips for Working with Clients: Approaching the Relationship
Whether you’re looking for design classes, design degree programs, internships or first jobs, it’s important to choose an option that will help you learn clear communication, especially when it comes to designer/client relationships. Knowing how to work with clients should always be part of a successful graphic design education. The following tips can help you [...]
Working for Good: Pro Bono Design, Part II
If you’re interested in doing pro bono graphic design work, it’s important to educate yourself about smart ways to do it. Once you’ve got some guidelines, you can approach your pro bono work with creativity; unless your client specifically requests it, you don’t need to limit yourself to a brochure. Consider these ideas for pro [...]
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