How might graphic design professionals preflight print files, without pre press software? A graphic designer could do a painstaking visual check. For a preflight report, they would also have to create and organize report categories, points and details from scratch. With Markzware’s FlightCheck, graphic designers no longer have to do a visual print quality check.
With FlightCheck as your preflight tool, you get the kind of performance you’d expect from quality Markzware products. FlightCheck is a stand-alone application that can check files for printing problems, before those files go to print. It helps users to ensure that the document is print-ready and error-free.
How Graphic Designers Can
Preflight for Print Quality Control
Graphic design professionals can check print documents for print quality, by preflighting with FlightCheck.
How Graphic Designers Can Preflight for Print Quality (overview):
- Install and activate FlightCheck preflight software.
- Click on your preferred checkboxes in FlightCheck’s Preferences and Ground Controls.
- Set Ground Control items to Off, Warning, or Error, depending on the needs of your print workflow.
- Drag and drop your file onto the FlightCheck icon to begin the preflighting process.
- FlightCheck will alert you to the potential printing problems that you specified.
FlightCheck saves graphic designers from an otherwise expensive, labor-intensive visual check, to ensure top print quality for PDF and non-PDF jobs. You can set up preflight to check only the types of data that you want, skipping the excess items that you don’t need to check.
Markzware’s preflight software offers many benefits. FlightCheck:
• checks all of your chosen items in a comprehensive preflight checklist.
• simplifies collaboration and sharing the print job with team members, customers, vendors, printers, etc.
• reduces material and labor costs.
• allows customization to suit the particular workflow.
• is easy/simple to use.
• accommodates multiple workflow types by supporting numerous print file types.
• optimizes productivity by handling many files during a single preflight.
• enhances branding via association of the business with quality.
• helps you to give your team a visual preflight report to ensure print quality.
• comes from Markzware, leading developer of stand-alone preflight technology.
• saves preflight, prepress and print process time, with built-in checklist selections.
FlightCheck offers a flexible framework that can be used to check a variety of page layout file types. With its beneficial usage, it can pay for itself.
FlightCheck’s Pages Ground Controls for Graphic Designers to
Preflight for Print Quality Control:
Graphic designers can create a file that can result in a document that is ready to distribute and is presentable to your customers. Understanding FlightCheck’s useful functions can help you to decide how it can best serve your workflow’s needs.
FlightCheck features offer:
• Batch Preflight to increase productivity.
• File Types Support to accommodate multiple workflow types.
• Ground Controls to allow customization to fit the workflow.
• Packaging/File Collection to enable collaboration.
• Preflight Report find and alert users to potential printing issues.
• Stand-Alone Technology to enable workflow automation.
Graphic design studios can show clients the preflight report to certify preflighting of the print job. The report can communicate assurance and reliability, allowing studios to use it as a powerful sales tool.
Some document items that FlightCheck can inspect include:
• image resolution
• ink density
• spot colors
• font size
Run a preflight analysis of your graphic design documents, today! For more information on Markzware‘s pre press software to check digital files for print quality control, see the FlightCheck page. For more desktop publishing (DTP) and printing solutions, see the Markzware Products page.
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How Graphic Designers Can Preflight for Print Quality Control