What are good web sites for prepress/workflow people to look at...

Cory Smith

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Re: What are good web sites for prepress/workflow people to look at...

I've always found PrePressure a great resource, Laurens has started to update it again also

http://prepressure.com/

Edited by: Cory Smith on Sep 19, 2007 4:34 PM
 
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Re: What are good web sites for prepress/workflow people to look at...

Google is a great idea. Looking for prepress/workflow you might try something like this:

[Google Search|http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&client=safari&rls=en&q=prepress+and+workflow+forum&btnG=Search]

This string might be a bit more useful as it yields more results and is a bit more targeted to what you asked. To determine which site might have more relevant information once you find them, see how many pages are indexed by using the following google search: "site:domain", replacing domain with the actual site URL. Some sites only have a few indexed pages of actual real life experience discussion while others have thousands.
 
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Drop Shadowlord

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Re: What are good web sites for prepress/workflow people to look at...

http://www.prepresstraining.com/tipstake.html

The printshop where I started as a Speedmaster SM-102 feeder had all the prepress people signed up for them through the company's corporate account. That seems like a nice perk, since the subscription sells now for $300 per year.

There are some fairly descent web modules showing up on youtube right now. I search through common software names or simply "prepress." Many of them are hit and miss, but there are a few good ones. The Prepress Training Solution modules are more organized and thorough, imho.
 

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