In the 12th Edition of the IDEAlliance Guide to Print Production, we categorize best practices and address the demands of evolving customer needs, the new challenges of acting globally and the latest changes in technology. From specifications such as GRACoL® and SWOP ® to updates in lighting and measurement, and the addition of the G7 ® specification TR015, this publication addresses the latest best practices in printing in North America and internationally.
The DEER Poster Design to Print Series 2012 is intended to help print buyers and content creators work more effectively with their print providers by explaining the capabilities, limitations and best practices of commercial color printing.
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IDEAlliance is the industry leader in keeping its members and industry on the leading edge of graphic communications via online education. IdeasOnline webinars are streamed 24/7 from a state of the art content management system.
The objective of the JDF Expert Certificate training program is to rapidly provide a comprehensive understanding of the JDF (Job Definition Format) process. The online program is comprised of 15 separate training modules that address specific topics associated with JDF technology. The program concludes with a final examination for those individuals interested in earning a JDF Expert Certificate.
After registration please allow up to 72 hours to receive login and access instructions to the eLearning site via email.
T-Ref™ is a printed Standard Reference Material (SRM) for agencies, printers, publishers, separators ...anyone who wants to control color reproduction quality! T-Ref consists of a printed sample of white, yellow, cyan, magenta, and black circular SWOP ink patches, with readings calibrated to the ANSI Status "T" response, and with calibration traceable to National Institute of Science and Technology primary references.
The newly updated Color Management Professional (CMP) Fundamentals 2.0 course provides an essential education on the fundamental principles of color management in a graphic communication production environment.This course includes 12 lessons, a practice exam and a final exam of the latest knowledge in color theory and color management application. Registration includes one (1) year of access to course material.
To attain the designation of Color Management Professional (CMP) Master you must successfully complete all four of the CMP Courses. Registration includes one (1) year of access to course material.
Upon successful completion you will be certified for 2 years, receive a certificate of completion and program logos. You will also be listed in IDEAlliance’s Official Directory of Certified Experts, Professionals and Qualified Masters for the period of your certification.