Design Guidelines – Insert DIN lang 

Below are some best practices to follow when you are using an HTML template to design a DIN lang insert in landscape orientation. Following these Design Guidelines – Insert DIN lang will help you to set the correct lay-out for your campaign.

Design Guidelines – Insert DIN lang – Landscape Template

Design Guidelines - Insert DIN lang - Landscape

Bleed Area

The bleed is the 3mm extra space added to the outer edges of the printed document. For example, with the DIN lang insert you will see that the file that you are creating is actually 216 x 105mm instead of 210 x 99mm. This extra space is what we call the bleed area, which will be removed when the insert is trimmed to its final size.

Please ensure that all background graphics or photos extend to the edge of the bleed area. The dimension of this bleed area is 2551 x 1240 pixels. Not having your background graphics or photos extend into the bleed area could result in a white or unprinted border around the edge of the insert.

Trim Size

The trim size is the final size the insert will be trimmed to. For the DIN lang format this will be 210 x 99mm and is indicated by the red dotted line.

Save Zone

Keep your text and important elements within the safe zone, as trimming of the insert might affect the 3mm grey area. The safe zone for the DIN lang insert is 204 x 93mm and is indicated by the green dotted line.

Design Guidelines – Insert DIN lang – Portrait Template

Below are some best practices to follow when you are using an HTML template to design an DIN lang Insert in portrait orientation.

Design Guidelines - Insert DIN lang - Portrait

Bleed Area

The bleed is the 3mm extra space added to the outer edges of the printed document. For example, with the DIN lang insert you will see that the file that you are creating is actually 105 x 216mm instead of 99 x 210mm. This extra space is what we call the bleed area, which will be removed when the insert is trimmed to its final size.

Please ensure that all background graphics or photos extend to the edge of the bleed area. The dimension of this bleed area is 1240 x 2551 pixels. Not having your background graphics or photos extend into the bleed area could result in a white or unprinted border around the edge of the insert.

Trim Size

The trim size is the final size the insert will be trimmed to. For the DIN lang format portrait this will be 99 x 210mm and is indicated by the red dotted line.

Save Zone

Keep your text and important elements within the safe zone, as trimming of the insert might affect the 3mm grey area. The safe zone for the DIN lang insert portrait is 93 x 204mm and is indicated by the green dotted line.