|You want to save all the data you can -- the more data, the better the results.
||You want to find a balance between the size of the file and the screen display quality of the graphic. |
|All readers will be seeing the graphic in much the same way, printed with a certain process onto a certain type of paper.
||Readers will be seeing the graphic on different platforms, with different browsers, with different monitors. |
|Readers see a reflective image created using subtractive colors.
||Readers see a projected or transmissive image created using additive colors. |
|The viewing experience involves picking up the paper and looking at the graphic.
||The viewing experience involves the browser contacting the server, the server delivering the graphic across a connection to the browser, and the computer's video card displaying the graphic within the browser.|
|There is a wide range of color options available (as long as you pay for the press run.)
||Color use is free ... but your readers may or may not be able to see it exactly as you expect. |