There are a few issues to plan for when designing for print:
1. Allowing enough bleed. When your design goes to the printer, it will be printed on a larger sheet of paper and then cut down to size. This means that there is a small margin of error when it comes to cutting the paper. To account for this, you must allow for a bleed area around your design. This bleed area will be trimmed off after printing.
2. Using the correct resolution. When you design for print, you need to use a high resolution (300dpi or higher). This ensures that your design will print clearly and without any blurry edges.
3. Proofreading your design. Before you send your design off to the printer, it’s essential to proofread it carefully. Check for any spelling or grammar errors, and ensure all of your text is legible.
4. Considering color limitations. When you print your design, it’s essential to keep in mind that not all colors will translate perfectly from screen to print. Some colors may appear darker or lighter than on your monitor, so it’s important to adjust your design accordingly.