#PrintBig: Printerview With Washington Graphics

Your resident Print Geek has some very special people to introduce to you today. I met the wonderful Washington Graphics team at #PrintChat, the inkiest Twitter chat in social media land (shameless plug: join us on Wednesdays at 1pm Best Coast Time, 4pm East Coast). Their CEO Bob Morgan and Marketing VP Kate Gansneder impressed […]

Printed from the Heart: Why I gave my mom a canvas print for Christmas

Every year my mother and I have the same conversation around Thanksgiving. Our annual ritual goes a little something like this: Me: So, what do you want for Christmas? Mom: I don’t know…(pause) Mom: An Amazon gift card? Me: Are you sure? That’s what I gave you last year. Mom: That’s true. I don’t know, […]

Q&A With Frank Tueckmantel VP, Corporate Marketing at EFI

Brian Rothschild, my friend and fellow print enthusiast, could easily be described as inquisitive. In this case, I was able to help put that trait to use for the greater good with the assistance of Jenna Kempie! The result is an interesting Q&A with Frank Tueckmantel from EFI, and definitely touches upon areas beyond my […]

Print& Webinar Replay And Cited Marketing Data Now Available

Many thanks again to Daniel Dejan and Sappi etc for sharing this information with us!  Download PDF’s of the marketing info/data: Print& AR Guide   Print& Resources Part 1   Print& Resources Part2   Print& Articles Join our Webinar mailing list and be among the first to hear about our upcoming Webinars and get the goodies before they run […]

When The World’s Largest Camera Meets #HP Latex Technology

As a Print BUYERologistTM I spend a good amount of time speaking and writing about the importance of relationships between buyers and service providers. This project just may be the pinnacle example of that relationship, and it goes one further.   As explained in the video, the photographer and inventor of the camera Dennis Manarchy called […]

Die Cut Business Cards as Creative Problem Solving

Everyone needs a business card that truly represents his or her personality. I got company cards for work, but to me these are an expression of the firm’s brand identity, not mine as an individual. For fun and practice, I decided to design cards for my personal brand as a creative professional. I wrote up […]

One Printers’ Journey From PSP To MSP And Back Again

A while back one of my LinkedIn group members, Ashely Horton, shared a really cool VDP campaign his printing company created and executed. I reached out to him immediately in hopes of sharing his story as an inspiration to Printers, and while the story is still inspiring, it definitely took a turn I didn’t see […]

World’s First Print-on-Demand Newsstand Being Tested In Sweden

This is the coolest thing I’ve seen in a while that is purely PRINTtastic! Step up to the machine, pick your pub, push print, and viola’ – within two minutes your freshly printed magazine drops into the pick-up slot! Genius! I am totally a buy a magazine and a pack of gum before getting on […]

Top 5 Reasons To Attend Digital Print For Packaging June 5-6 in Atlanta

I made some new friends and they have provided some info on this upcoming event as well as a promo code to save $200 on registration for PMC readers! Follow @SmithersPira on Twitter, and #dpp13 for event updates and buzz! Don’t miss Smithers Pira’s Digital Print for Packaging 2013 June 5-6 in Atlanta! The biggest […]

Are Maps The Key To Unlocking Higher Marketing Conversion Rates?

As I mentioned in a recent post Personalization Is About To Get Real Personal, one of the cool techs I learned about at the Xplor 13 conference was locr Maps presented by CEO Rolf Richter. At first I was a little skeptical, especially since he claimed “marketing campaigns using locr maps have proven to be […]

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