7 free webinars to learn more about PDF
The Ghent workgroup is starting a new series of webinars starting April 11th, with an introduction to PDF and PDF/X standards.
Not registered yet? It’s not too late!
7 webinars are planned in the coming weeks, one of which we will have the pleasure to present on packaging for brand owners.
Topics and schedule
The final list of topics and the links to subscribe to the webinars are available on the Ghent Workgroup’s website under the events section.
Following sessions have already been confirmed:
What is PDF and PDF/X, April 11th, David van Driessche
An introduction to the PDF standard, the ISO PDF/X standards built on it, and how this forms the foundation of all Ghent Workgroup specifications.
Digital printing, April 18th, Elli Cloots & David van Driessche
The Ghent Workgroup recently released new Digital Printing specifications. Learn all about what is in those new specifications and how they can benefit you.
PDF Creation & Workflow Strategies, May 7th, Frank Vyncke & David Zwang
Creating good PDF, and how to deal with PDF in your workflow shouldn’t be a black art. Join this session for practical information on what to do when.
Large format print, May 8th, David van Driessche & Elli Cloots
LFP is a complex and varied field that places many requirements on the PDF files used in it. Learn about the new Ghent Workgroup specification for LFP during this session.
Packaging for brand owners, May 29th, Christian Blaise & Lieven Plettinck
As early as 2003, the Ghent Workgroup started its efforts around the use of PDF in packaging. What is happening with that in 2019 and why is this so important for brand owners?
PDF 2.0 and PDF/X-6, June 6th, Dov Isaacs
We have been using PDF 1.x for 25 years. Why was it necessary to create PDF 2.0 and what is new in it? The facts on a new PDF format and the PDF/X standard that is being built using it.
How to setup color management for creatives and print buyers, June 13th, Joris Verbouwe
Problems with color can often be avoided if all used applications are configured correctly and the contractual expectations for color are set ahead of time. Find out how, and what best to do during this session.