Trucos de diseño para diseñar como locos
Not all image documents that are used for a project have to be necessarily high quality photographs. In magazines, newspapers, covers, brochures, corporate stationery, etc … often insert cliparts and other monochromatic images. Such images have several advantages: they are economical, versatile (many fonts incorporate them: Windings, Zapt Dingbats, etc ,…) and on top of that can be colored easily without having to edit the document image.
The images with a single-bit color depth are somewhat rough, but very practical if they will be reproduced too small. To work with larger images is advisable to choose Grayscale:
Now the document image is of sufficient quality, as long as the image resolution permits, to reproduce a much larger size.
This image document can be saved in jpeg format in Indesign colored like the previous png.
Enlaces: Wikipedia, MiMoriarty