Marketers are becoming more concerned about what their brands are associated with online. Despite their efforts, they have little control on where their digital ads show up.
Print has a secret power you may not have thought of: touch. The more senses you stimulate, the more your message gets across.
Photo size can be perplexing. Here are some tips to help.
550 years ago today, Johannes Gutenberg, the inventor of the printing press, passed away. It is hard to exaggerate the importance of Gutenberg’s contributions to society.
QR codes are hugely popular, and are still climbing the charts.
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Ok, explain this: Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon.com and the creator of the digital reading device, the Kindle, bought the Washington Post yesterday. What? The man with the reputation […]
There was a time when printing schedules were nearly standard — way back in the days of camera-ready art, film-stripping, and, well . . . we forget! But the impact […]
Below are some common terms we use in our day-to-day discussions of mailpiece design and ways to save money on postage costs: Address Change Service (ACS): An automated process that […]
Metallic inks are popular and attractive, but plan your job carefully if you are inclined to use them. Keep these tidbits in mind: • Metallics perform well on gloss paper […]