At Pure Image, we make designing your customized bottle water about as easy as it possibly can be. However, with the matter or choice being primarily upon the creator of the design, there are certain precautions to keep in mind to get the most out of your personalized design.
Tips for Images
If you are intending on capturing your bottled water image from another source, there are a number of things to be aware of.
- Generally speaking, you want to make sure you upload an image with at least 300 dpi (many images from websites are much lower).
- Be careful in making sure the size and borders of your captured image correspond neatly with the desired label.
- Catching an image with excess white borders can make the design look sloppier than it needs to be.
- Never use either a photo from a commercial photographer, or an already licensed logo.
- It is wise not to try to import artwork from basic programs like Word, Power Point, etc. These programs tend to only have lower resolution artwork which is rarely represented well when printing.
The Right Text
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A few pointers about text can also help. In general, it is wise to remain consistent with the text chosen on your design. All CAPS is generally viewed as tacky, though if trying to highlight a certain area can be okay.
Further, be careful in making sure the text is easily readable. Choosing too fancy of a font or choosing font that ends up being microscopically small can both be counterproductive to the whole point of having a customized water bottle.
Keep these basic pointers in mind, and the options are limitless.
For more design help, contact Pure Image.