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Identity Package / Identity Suite: A group
of materials designed and developed to represent the essence
of your organization. These packages usually include some
or all of these elements: a logo design, letterhead (stationary)
and business cards, as well as other collateral pieces such
as brochures or newsletters.
Icon: A pictorial representation of a tool, object,
file, or other application item.
Illustration: A picture or diagram created
to explain or clarify a concept. Illustrations can be conceptual,
abstract or realistic.
Image area: That portion of the printing
plate that carries the ink and prints on paper.
Image map: A hypergraphic in an HTML document
that contains clickable areas that link to URLs on the World
Image resolution: The number of pixels
per inch in a bitmapped image measured in ppi (pixels per
inch) or dpi (dots per inch). Low resolutions can result
in a grainy appearance to the bitmapped image; high resolutions
can produce smoother images but result in larger file sizes.
Index bristol: A relatively thick paper stock; basis
size --- 25 1/2 x 30 1/2.
Indicia: Markings pre-printed on mailing
envelopes to replace the stamp.
Industrial papers: A term used to denote
papers such as janitorial, sanitary or heavy packing papers.
Initial cap: A capital letter set at the
beginning of a block of type in a point size larger than
the other type.
A piece of printed material that is prepared for the purpose
of being inserted into another piece of printed material,
such as a magazine.
Interlacing: A method that lets you display
an image on screen at a low, blocky resolution. As the image
data loads, the image quality improves.
Iridescent paper: A coated stock finished
Italic: Any slanted or leaning letter designed to
complement or be compatible with a companion roman typeface.