01 September 2015
| by Sarah Cosgrove
Of all human possessions, one stands out as being our favourite. It is probably the object that spends more time with the average British adult than anything else, except a watch or jewellery. It is of course our smartphone.
09 February 2015
| by Simon Nias
One thing has the power to make every single one of your customers feel special.” That thing? A letter.
14 July 2014
| by Richard Stuart-Turner
Those reading a sentence like this one for the first time in print, rather than on a smartphone, tablet or other digital device, will soon be in the minority. Modern society is in the process of transition, from ‘print-first’ to ‘digital-first’, and the advertising and communications markets are no exception.
13 September 2013
| by Jenny Roper
In tough times, marketing budgets are typically the first to be squeezed. And this, as any printer working with marketers will tell you, has certainly held true over the past few years.
16 August 2013
At the beginning of the month, newspaper publishing giant News UK catapulted itself onto a new platform of cross-media potential and made the industry as a whole sit up and take notice.
19 July 2013
| by Jez Abbott
There's little doubt that Royal Mail bosses welcome the government's long-awaited pledge to privatise the group, but for some in the print industry, it's a poison pen letter, tainted with the threat of industrial action and reduced service levels.
20 March 2013
| by Pamela Mardle
Exploding labels, barking magazines, personal catwalks in your living room... Until now this level of interaction through the traditional medium of print has been a fantasy, but now the printed page is literally being brought to life through the use of augmented reality (AR).