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The world has changed and so must we

The imminent demise of The Independent in printed form, unsurprisingly, triggered a rush of commentators to once again predict the end of printed publications.

Quark poised to build on history of innovation after private equity acquisition

As the software giant moves into the next phase of its development after its recent acquisition by Platinum Equity, print technology consultant Andrew Tribute takes a look at the history of a firm that changed the face of print and publishing.

New chapter in photobook workflow

Over the past three years, demand for personalised digital photobooks, calendars, postcards and yearbooks has increased significantly. As all modern digital printers and presses produce good high-quality colour output, several of the workflow and server vendors have started to address this new opportunity. The question is where in the workflow should these millions of lower-quality images be corrected and enhanced?

Past skills hold key to future success

Several things have happened recently to suggest that among the inkjet developments at Drupa there is something more fundamental going on about print’s place in the media mix. HP’s announcement of a...

Digital suppliers jockey for position

One of the challenges of a digital business is keeping on top of workflow and business development skills to ensure that you are continually improving your competitiveness. Although it may be possible...

Workflow boom is a business boon

The wide-format, inkjet and super wide-format sector of the digital print market should be on your agenda for a closer look in 2008. It continues to grow at well above 10% per year and offers commercial printers and service providers a new revenue stream.

Workflow must check all the boxes

Most of the major suppliers including Agfa, Canon, Kodak, Heidelberg and Xerox are pushing a joint offset and digital production workflow. This strategy could work for large printers and service providers, and the companies spending 250,000-plus on a digital press. However, for the great majority of printers and most of the 9,000 users of colour production digital presses in the UK, this may not be such a good approach.

Not so glamorous life of salesmen

Continuing contemplation from last week of the most glamorous jobs in the graphic arts, I move on from the designer to the salesman.

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