Category Archives: Designer Tips
The more the merrier when it comes to page count in your saddle-stitched brochure or magazine, right? Not so fast! Designing for multiple pages can present production issues that need… [Read More]
Setting up proper style sheets using InDesign styles is a great way to start any project. Where do you start? How about we start at the beginning. Before setting up… [Read More]
We’ve all see them. In the design world we all get the same knot in our stomach. Let’s paint the picture. You have been waiting all day for the image… [Read More]
Triangle Centerpiece: Economical, High-Impact, Custom Corporate Event Marketing Solution If you’re looking for a simple centerpiece for your next corporate event, try this triangle centerpiece! Corporate event marketing doesn’t have to… [Read More]
Ever wonder what the difference between perfect bound and case bound is? Or loop stitching and saddlestitching? Well, search no more! We’ve got the perfect binding 101 cheat sheet to help… [Read More]
Looking for a unique event marketing piece? Try stacking cubes! Stacking cubes add a customized, dimensional feature to any space. These are great for lobbies, event marketing, trade show booths, anywhere… [Read More]
There are several things to keep in mind when designing specifically for digital printing. Color. A digital press uses toner, not ink. Colors render differently on a digital press vs…. [Read More]
On an almost daily basis, we are presented with sales and marketing materials that are meant to get our attention and prompt us to make a response. How can you… [Read More]
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