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You could have the coolest design ever, but if you print it incorrectly and on flimsy paper, then you’re doing a disservice to your design. Perhaps you are planning on printing flyers to promote your business, but maybe door hangers would be the better option. These are just a few of the useful tips you will find in these PsPrint Blog posts below covering all aspects of printing. Whether you are printing a small sticker or a large vinyl banner, we’ve got a blog post that can help you.

Four clean designs that work

I’m a sucker for clean web design — for me, the simpler the website, the better. If you’re a designer, you know that “simple” design …

Don’t downsize your ads

In the world of print ads size does matter. Not just size, but staying the same size with your ads. Having to down-size your print …

No excuses

phone-clientsEver miss a deadline? Forget an important design element or list a key benefit? You’re not alone — everyone makes mistakes, and in most cases …

Three great learning sources for the new age of graphic design

learn-graphic-designWhether you’re formally schooled or self taught, graphic design education is ongoing. Styles, trends, and technologies change at such a rapid pace that if you …

Direct mailing musts

Today’s competitive marketplace and economy makes it essential that you use direct mailings to promote your business. Positioning your company for increased traffic, growth and …

Don’t beat around the bush

Marketing spin doesn’t have to sugarcoat the truth, even though it often does. At its core, marketing is an attempt to connect a person with …

Four things that customers want

what-customers-wantIt can be easy to trick yourself into thinking you know what your customers want. You consider all the features of your products and services …

The strength of a corporate identity

Logos are powerful tools in your visual arsenal. How many of these logo fragments can you identify?

The example below contains fragments of 18 well-known …

Getting in the mood with a ‘mood board’

Last year I attended the How Conference where I heard Joe Duffy speak. Duffy, a creative director and expert in branding and design, has worked with clients such as Coca-Cola, Jim Beam, Starbucks and Aveda. To my surprise, the cornerstone of his design process is to start by making a mood board.

Microsoft’s Bing – what can it do for you?

web-shots048-2009-06-12-14_36_02A lot of people are blogging about Bing, Microsoft’s new “decision engine.”  Most of them can’t see the benefits of using Bing over the …

Direct mailing musts

Today’s competitive marketplace and economy makes it essential that you use direct mailings to promote your business. Positioning your company for increased traffic, growth and …

Six iPhone apps a graphic designer can’t live without (plus two just for fun)

Here’s my list of the applications that I wouldn’t be without