The designing factor is a very precious element, when it comes to publishing on print media such as catalogue, brochure, flyer, business profile etc. or e-publish we use content and images in particular in size. image size and area you want to publish if aspect ratio then the only result will be best if not picture will be pixelated or unable to read it clear.
There is parameter based area and number of dots. While making design whether big or small project artwork, the manipulation of high-quality image and text required according to area dot per inch generally, required for any printing purpose 300 PPI to look good better quality wise. Each image is made of a collection of a large number of the square dot. So we can get understand on this way as I have to require an image size 7” length x 5” in width good image so width actual 300 pixels x7=2100 pixel in length and 300-pixel x 5=1500 pixel in width required for best image result.
How to determine image quality whether it is good or bad point view of printing when we are making less than your picture will be pixilated there are two parameters.
- Pixel Dimension
- Document size
In particular pixel dimension how much PPI image can print in this particular pixel dimension of resolution.
So finally you require 300 DOT PER INCH high-resolution jpg, tiff and eps for a better result if the resolution is less than 300 dpi in particular
A large PPI image gives us a clear and neat visual impact, whereas a low PPI image produces the low-quality picture, An experienced designer always keeps in mind while making design following all parameter as text quality and high-quality image thereafter he could make a better design.