After a graphic designer designs something like a business card, whats the best way to print it.
What is the best way to print the business card, through the online services where you upload the image or find a local printer.
The best way is to do the design work on corel draw and use the same to separate the colors in to four plates and then look for a printing service to burn it into plates and after run the impression. If you need this service to run the impression do some google search and you should find some websites that offer this service.
Find a local printing company for fast and hassle free service. If you go online order it's also good. However it may take a longer time.
If it is a business card, the only best way take print out is by using Color Laser Printers.
Arrange full of a fixed size sheet if you want many cards, otherwise fill some other color content like you photos one the empty space of the page for your use.
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If your designed the business card in a design program like Adobe Illustrator, then you need to save it in CMYK color mode, as a PDF. You can then go to a printer to have them print you business cards. A great printer would be moo.com.
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