Why Do I Need Print Ready Files

 You must plan for your final output at the beginning of your design, otherwise you’ll be left with an unusable final product.Print will always look better with higher resolution images. Let’s get clear on what we mean by resolution.Image resolution is how much data is in a digital image, it is directly related to how many pixels are in the image. When you print an image, you must transfer that data into dots per inch (DPI) which determines the image quality of a printed piece. Usually, 300 DPI is what you’ll need. Most images on your computer are not at 300 DPI, but 72 DPI. This is because 72 DPI looks good on most computers and the files are much easier for the computer to store and display. Be sure to check your images for print quality and insure that they are 300 DPI or higher.