Psyche was great to work with and responded timely and willing to make the changes I requested.
How rajiv.appana started their signage journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Our product is "Orange". Orange is a voice based personal assistant for the enterprise. Orange can do simple things like call you into a meeting and also take commands in the meeting. For example you can say "Orange take an action for John to fix the customer issue by Friday" or "Orange use Google Analytics to get new users for site today" etc. Orange will interact with you not just on voice but also through your favorite messaging platforms like Slack, HipChat etc.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
We want a banner for the upcoming techcrunch disrupt conference in SF (https://techcrunch.com/event-info/d…artupalley). It is a retractable banner of dimensions 2.5 feet wide x 6 feet tall. This is going to be on a trade show floor and it is where there are going to be lots of startups. Out banner has to "POP" because all we have a small table and there are a lot of companies that are exhibiting. Finally this banner is going to be behind a cocktail table, so most of the content should be on the top because the bottom part is going to be covered by the table.
FORMAT OF DELIVERABLE
artwork in original canvas size you want to order saved in .pdf format at 300ppi. For more details please see below.
Files for Printing File Requirements
Acceptable Formats: EPS (Encapsulated Post Script), AI (Adobe Illustrator), PDF (Adobe PDF), PSD (Adobe Photoshop), JPG (High-Resolution JPEG), TIFF (High-Resolution TIFF). When submitting these files be sure to convert all fonts to outlines or curves.
Vector Files: Line art is scalable to any size, it never loses resolution and the image stays clean and crisp. Because of this, it can be submitted at any size that is in proportion to your banner size.
Raster Files/Images: Depending on the resolution and Pixel base, images like PSD, JPG, TIFF becomes blurry when enlarged. If submitting these files please follow the guidelines below:
• 100% scale (full-size output) at 100 dpi
• 50% scale at 200 dpi or higher
• 25% scale at 300 dpi or higher
• 10% scale at 600-1200 dpi recommended
Thumbnail sized jpg and gif files are not at a high enough resolution to use on large prints like banners.
• No bleeds are necessary (unless ordering a banner stand that requires one).
• Set the size in proportion to the exact size banner you are ordering.
• To prevent any text or images from falling on the hemline or in an Eyelets space, you will want to keep them at least 2" away from the edge.
• Convert all text to outlines