Stuff Print People Say

If you’re in the print business, you’ve probably heard the phrases in this video. Some are funny, some are painful, and some are just painfully funny. Check it out. Big thanks to Roland DGA for sharing this print video gem. Happy Hump Day – and most importanly – Happy Thanksgiving as we head into this long weekend. […]

Color Profiles & Printing Explained

It is frustrating when you go to print an image and it doesn’t look right. Color: Profiles & Printing Explained infographic from The Logo Company explains the differences between CMYK, RBG, and Pantone as well as when to use them. Whether you are printing a single logo or a full promotional brochure, you want your marketing products […]

Typography Terms 101

Barbs, beaks, brackets, bowls. Baffled by typography terms? You’re not alone. One of the most common questions we field at Print is what the heck typography’s various terms all mean. We called in Denise Bosler, author of Mastering Type: The Essential Guide to Typography for Print and Web Design, to serve as our official translator. Here, […]

Augmented Reality and Print

This was a really good article I found this weekend on how using augmented reality and print can help lift your ROI. In the market today many companies need to start using both digital and print to truly improve response rates and  return on investment. The below article from Summer Gould gives more information on […]

Digital Glass Printing on the Rise

The inquiries at Marabu’s stand at this year’s Glasstec clearly showed the current trend in the glass industry. These inquiries were primarily about UV-curable primers, including combining them with hot stamping, and digital glass printing solutions, especially full coverage of glass surfaces using roller-coating with the new Marashield UV-CGL shades. Marabu has positioned itself as […]

Working with Inkjet Inks

Interesting article on how using digital inkjet inks are different from every other press on the market today. Offset uses water where digital inkjet does not use a drop of water. Author: RICHARD ROMANO Over the course of more than 100 years of offset printing, we’ve become accustomed to the fact that virtually any ink will […]