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Are you getting the absolute best from your bespoke MIS?

The days when printing was a dark art, full of mysticism that only the high priests of the presses could interpret, are long gone - if indeed they ever existed in reality. The modern print industry is all about hard facts in the form of minute-by-minute data about every element of a business, presented in an easy-to-understand way. If you want to make a profit, you need to react to what your business is telling you.

The gift list: festive fun for all print fanatics

Your loved one wants "something sparkly and romantic" at Christmas? That'll be a Vandercook Proof Press necklace, then. Here are PrintWeek's top festive gifts

A bumpy ride for the industry: 2011's good and bad news

Perhaps the biggest news came late in 2011: the administration one of the world's largest press manufacturers. But this was not the only earth-shattering story covered by PrintWeek. We look back on the news - good and bad - that made 2011 one of the most tumultuous years in recent memory.

Will eurozone crisis impact Drupa 2012 investment plans?

The past year has been defined by bail-outs, debt and contraction across the eurozone, which has adversely affected business and consumer confidence.

High-impact campaigns are built around print's power

The numbers speak for themselves. Far from being gradually phased out and replaced by digital formats, printed materials are still a crucial part of many marketing campaigns.

Welcome to a virtual reality

The world of technology moves at such a pace, it can often feel that by the time you have grasped one new form of 'industry-changing' technology, you have to replace it.

A new generation of graphic design

It started with an email, which was kind of ironic, because the subject line was 'Power of Print'. In fact, the whole project that PrintWeek was proposing to the email's recipient, University of Brighton graphic design lecturer Rose Gridneff, was based on a publication of that very name - the one that you are currently perusing - a publication that aims to celebrate how effective print is and can continue to be as a communications medium.

Building the future with 3D technology

Picture three scenarios: in the first, a soldier returning injured from conflict in Afghanistan has lost the bottom of one leg; in the second, a restorer of antique watches needs to get a new mainspring to revive a 100-year-old Cartier; and in the third, a small architectural firm needs a model to finalise plans for a new block of flats.

Brands with the magic touch

Look no further than the late Steve Jobs for an example of someone who understood the sensory power of print and packaging.

Collaboration and creativity is key for proactive printers

When Augustus Martin was approached by a client to create in-store point-of- sale (POS) material for a financial services campaign, it knew there was a 'value-added' element missing. So the POS printer pitched a straightforward suggestion: add to the campaign a QR code specific to each store and then link this to tracking software. This meant that the client could instantly see how the campaign was generating traffic.

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