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Many people may not even be aware that such a thing as a disk template exists, and if they have heard of them, they may not know what they are for.  A template such as this is basically a pre-created format that gives you a basis to work from.  You can create packaging or labels for CDs, DVDs or Blu-ray; it all depends on the project.  But why not just design your own? There are a number of factors to consider, including the nature of your project, your time frame and budget. You can of course design everything by yourself and forgo the use of a disk template, but make sure your design is of such a quality that consumers will be satisfied.

 

If you have no idea what you want your finished product to look like then you can look for a disk template online or from a range that a firm provides.  You could have a designer create what you want, and a great and simple way to express what your vision is, is to draw a picture of how you imagine the product looking and take it to a designer to create.  When it comes to layout and design, you can basically do whatever you like!

 

Making a strong first impression is very important in the consumer world and if you don’t have great design skills it could be beneficial for you to use a professional service.  Look into the option of direct mail packaging if you are planning on mailing your project out to customers after creation, as this could save you time and money.

 

One of the benefits of using a template is that certain necessary things are in place already, meaning you don’t have to worry about them!  For example, the packaging must fit standard sized disks and you will need to include crop marks so that the printer can cut them correctly.  Most CDs or DVDs that are for public distribution will need to have specific registration marks as well. A pre-created format equals less hassle and less chance of mistakes being made.

 

So that’s what disk templates are for… check them out!