Alexander B. (job poster) hired Steve M. (Tasker) to help with this task. Got a similar task you need done?
Open
Assigned
Completed

Format Flyer for Printing - Bleed, Colour, Fonts

Posted by Alexander B.

Location

Remote

Due date
Sunday, 3rd Sep 2017
Details
I have a promotional flyer that is going to print.

Before sending to print, the file needs to have correct technical / artwork specifications - [Content Moderated] rrect bleed and trim marks, correct CMYK colouring and outlining of fonts, etc.

This is per the print specifications - attached.

Also attached is each side of the flyer.

The document was created in pixelmator and so you will require this software in order to edit.



Thanks.
PDF
PhilosophiFlyer_FRONT_DraftFinal_v2.pdf
PDF
PhilosophiFlyer_BACK_DraftFinal_v2.pdf
PDF
FastPrintServices_-_Tech_Specifications.pdf
Reviews
left a review for Steve M.
“Prompt response and attention to the task. I would most certainly recommend Steve for a design related tasks.”
left a review for Alexander B.
“Excellent to work for with clear instructions and prompt payment. Thanks!”
Assignee
Steve M.
(68)
97%Completion rate

The percentage of accepted tasks this Tasker has completed.

Hey Alex
My offer is full a full reproduction of your design -hopefully with some improvements :) Not that I could spot much wrong with yours as it is - other than the resolution of the map doesn't look high enough - my offer includes to redraw a simplified version in Illustrator (I'll also give you the the map file for you to use later on). If you supply images and logos, I can have it done for you by tomorrow arvo – print-ready and trouble free. I can even do it tonight if you assign me and send the files. The printer specs all make complete sense to me. If you're spending the money on printing something to represent your business, my offer will be money well spent. Thanks, Steve
1 year ago
Task Activity
1 comment about this Task
Comments are now closed
It would be better if you can supply the original text and images, I could then quickly reproduce it in InDesign, which is what printers always prefer. I have over 20yr experience in design and print, so can assure you this would be the best way to solve your problem!
Thanks, Steve.
Yes – I could do that.

What would you charge to re-produce the entire flyer ?

Alex
Task Assigned
0 new tasks