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Safety sign colors

The colors of the ISO 7010 safety signs are defined in ISO 3864-4. This means that in the informatively named Annex E, color names from different color systems are given as examples for the individual safety colors. The specifications are therefore not normative specifications in the proper sense, but are absolutely useful in practice.

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10 steps to CMS

Small editorial offices, with few or only one author, can also benefit from the undisputed advantages of an content management system. Since up to now everything was practically in one hand, even a system introduction must be subordinated to these circumstances.

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Safety signs according to ISO 7010

ISO 7010 defines rescue, prohibition, mandatory, warning and fire safety signs and was published in 2012. The safety signs are based on the design criteria of the ISO 3864 series of standards. ISO 7010 was created in response to the internationalization of markets in order to convey uniform safety information in a few words or completely at the level of symbols. The aim of ISO 7010 is prevention of potential hazards to persons and the principle of a safety sign = a safety statement.

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Person according to ISO 3864

Safety signs must be recognized reliably and quickly. One way to achieve this goal is a systematic application of standardized safety signs, for example according to ISO 7010 with the compilation of safety signs, as these should be better recognized by the frequency of their application.

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History of a symbol

The environmental engineer, Charles Baldwin, took on the task of standardization in 1966. So far so good, nothing unusual. Since safety symbols have been used, they naturally have to be developed.

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Projections according to ISO 5456-3

The projections according to ISO 5456-3 are simple images created by projecting the object to be illustrated from a point lying at infinity onto a projection plane, the drawing surface. All projections according to ISO 5456-3 are parallel perspectives.

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Layout Transformer

With the IBJ LAYOUT Transformer, properties of print layouts can be inspected or checked. Despite the practically complete digitization of the printing industry, a typometer, and this is exactly what the IBJ LAYOUT Transformer is, still performs very well when importing or checking layouts.

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The Triangle of Illustration

Technical illustrations cannot be evaluated and calculated just by looking at the result. In contrast to many other illustrations, the time needed to create and modify the image and the amount of data play an important role here, in addition to the correct transport of the image message.

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