There's a book called The production manual: graphic design handbook
, that highlights some of the important features used in printing processes. I think it's very basic and explanatory and it makes very easy to understand what type of medium printed paper is, what features, when applied correctly, will improve quality, what type of workflow is waiting for everybody interested in getting their hands dirty with ordering offset prints etc, etc. It has cover with big, friendly letters, the text is fairly short and there's plenty of colorful illustrations and blank space for your viewing pleasure. It is fairly popular and it was translated into few tongues, just in case you need to know some fresh catchphrases in your native one.
If you happen to find PDF with this book somewhere online, be warned: illustrations will display erratically, not explaining most important aspects of the entire book.
Best wishes folks, I hope it helps.
Also, mr. S.B. a.k.a 'never replies mails' and whoever else was involved, congrats for baking saga.li! Thumbs up!
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