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6 Tips for Creating Error-Free Packaging

Posted by Jonathan Hou on Mar 17, 2017 1:59:01 PM

Mastering Print Inspection for your business

Creating error-free packaging is a daunting task. With so many parties involved from brands, marketing agencies, pre-press, and print suppliers, ensuring no errors go by can be challenging. We’ve compiled a list of industry best practices that you can use as a checklist to avoid errors getting through your printing process.

There are many different components involved when creating packaging, from the copy to the graphics, barcodes, and Braille. To help ensure that you create error-free packaging and reduce the risk of dealing with a product recall, it’s always helpful to implement some best practices to follow.

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