Newsletter November 2014
Autumn has arrived and the landscape is positively glowing in a range of warm hues. Morning mist renders contours and forms soft and blurry. In short: it’s a fantastic atmosphere to enjoy the outdoors. The digital world, on the other hand, does not experience seasonal change. Other standards count in this realm.
Corporate design and identity are important factors in a company’s internal and external presentation. Fonts, colors and images all play a key role in how documents look. There are templates to ensure that correspondence, printed materials and websites correspond to the design specifications.
But what happens if documents like this are converted? What is taken into account and what can be corrected as part of the conversion process? In addition to the templates, what else can be done to ensure that, for example, the logo is always displayed in the same color and that there are no variants? How are fonts converted? What should be taken into consideration when choosing a font to make sure that the typeface is identical even after the document has been converted into PDF or PDF/A format? What if images have to be cropped and compiled for the conversion?
If the document’s appearance post-conversion is just as important as the reliability and longevity of the format, get in touch with us. And take a look at our blog, in which Dr. Hans Bärfuss regularly tackles topics like the ones above and invites further discussion.
Have a read and seize the chance to take part in the discussion and ask questions.
Success story Gebrüder Weiss Gesellschaft m.b.H., Kennelbach, Austria
“The 3‑Heights™ Document Converter impressed us from day one due to the sheer speed at which it operates. With PDF Tools AG, we know that we are in good hands and feel like a valued customer.”
Andreas Fleischer, Project management and Consulting,
Gebrüder Weiss, IT‑Services
Success story Bank Hapoalim (Switzerland) Ltd., Zurich, Switzerland
“The 3‑Heights™PDF to PDF/A converter enabled us to reinforce the security of our client statements and was very easy to integrate with our current reporting process. We would definitely recommend this solution.”
Vincent Jacquel, CIO,
Bank Hapoalim (Schweiz) Ltd
Hall Marie Curie, CNIT – Paris La Défense,