Subjective term relating to expectations by the customer, printer and other professionals associated with a printing job and whether the job meets those expectations.<br><br>An inherent or distinguishing characteristic of a person or a thing. Or, having a high degree of excellence. The quality of a thing tends to be increased the more care its maker puts into its making.Quote: "Quality is never an accident; it is always the result of intelligent effort." John Ruskin (1819-1900), British writer, art critic. Modern Painters (5 volumes, 1843-1860, epilogue, 1888). See accident and art critic. Also see aesthetics, artist, assessment, choose, compare, craftsmanship, effort, feminism and feminist art, gem?tlichkeit, goal, hallmark, inspiration, isms and -ism, magnum opus, masterpiece, motivation, nuance, posterity, specifications, standards, success, and virtuosity.