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.
Die cutting helps any printed piece stand out – and is a must for most custom packaging. When considering what form your die cut piece should take, think about its […]
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 […]
This week’s print encyclopedia entry is all about budgeting for your print projects. When management asks what you’re going to spend on that printed piece, the smart answer is — […]
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 […]
One of the things about B&B that makes me really respect the company was their culture of sustainability. I was talking with our plant manager, Brian DiMattio, about what makes […]
As we all know, digital jobs have ushered in a new world of convenience, speed, efficiency. Clearly, the advantages outweigh the occasional snafus. But our diligent pre-media team is here to ensure […]
Whether you are designing a new job or entering specs to obtain a quote, it is helpful for designers and print buyers to understand page sizes and folding. ACCURACY COUNTS […]
This week we wanted to do something a bit different. Instead of one term, we wanted to publish several of our favorite printing terms Back Pressure • The “squeeze” between the blanket […]