One printing tip graphic designers should know is to calibrate their screens. This means adjusting the brightness, contrast, and color settings of their monitors to match the standards of the printing industry. This will help them to see the colors and details of their designs more accurately, and avoid unpleasant surprises when they receive the printed copies. Calibrating the screens can be done manually or with the help of special devices and software1. It is recommended to do this regularly, as the screen settings can change over time due to factors such as temperature, humidity, and aging1.