How to Use the Shape Builder Tool in Adobe Illustrator Welcome to our 8th and final installment of LabelValue.com’s Design Mini-Series. A series of design-focused blog posts giving you helpful tips, tricks and insight from our team of graphic designers. If you have missed any of our previous Design Mini-Series Posts you can…
Just received your Dymo printer but not sure how to set it up? You’re in the right place. Here are some steps on how to do set up your Dymo LabelWriter Printer. Step 1: Open up the DYMO box. Make sure you have all your materials: LabelWriter printer, USB cable, CD-ROM, cleaning card, roll of…
Fluorescent colors are fluorescent because they literally glow – in real life that is. What makes them appear fluorescent is actually that they absorb UV light that the human eye cannot see. They then release this UV light as a form of energy that puts off visible light.
Used to be, in the early stages of fluorescent dyes and paints, that this would only be visible with the use of a black light. When the black light shone, the UV reflected light showed up.
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