You may already have your repro in-house but find that your editorial and/or design staff are struggling with some of the basic reprographic rules. For example the resolution and colour space of an image isn't something that would have historically concerned an editor, but this information is now key in the decision making process of how an image can be used.
Another issue, not always as obvious, is that I have seen many, too many to count over the years, examples of design work that looks fantastic on the screen but simply cannot be properly reproduced in print, or at best lose its impact. I can advise your designers on some of the finer points of repro such as when not to use serif type, lock-in, knocking out, over printing, etc.
If you would like to discuss any aspects of reprographic training then please call 07977 268090 or click here to enquire by email.