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Netflix’s Queue Proves Value in Print

We’ve spent a few articles talking about the prevalence of print in an increasingly digital world. But we think this story shows just how much print is valued in creating a community and building a brand. We all know what Netflix is. It’s the mega-streaming platform that started it all. Netflix played a major role […]

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The Easiest Way to Revamp Your Brand

You know what’s an incredible way to add dimension and a modern touch to your business’ branding? Incorporating a color gradient. A color gradient is a gradual transition from one color to another. This was a popular trend for a few decades but in the ’00s, design became flatter in color until 2018, when big […]

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Paper is Your Business’ Secret Weapon

Gather round fans of The Office, we’re talking paper. Since we’re a printing company, we figured it’s time we talk about paper and how many options your business actually has and why you should take advantage and get creative! Creativity doesn’t just stop at typography and design, it extends to the paper as well. We […]

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2019 Trend Highlight: One Line, Many Designs

So we’re approaching the halfway point in 2019 (how is the year moving so fast?) and we think it’s time to start reflecting on the design trends we’ve been seeing more and more this year. Today we’re talking about brands using varying designs on their product packaging within the same line. So if we’re talking […]

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When On-Screen Clutter Isn’t Just Clutter

When we watch movies, the set exists to transport us into the world of the story and to help guide us through that story. We aren’t supposed to be consciously aware of all the various papers strewn about or the signs in the shops, but subconsciously, these props are signifying plot points to us and […]

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How Variable Fonts Have Changed the Design Game

Until 2016, font packages didn’t have the customizability that many have now. If you wanted to have varying font styles, you needed to download multiple variations of the font. But in 2016, developers created variable fonts. This meant font styles came all in one package. And it was kind of a game changer. Variable fonts […]

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Graphic Design as an Activist’s Tool

While graphic design is seen as a utilitarian advertising tool, it can also be used as a form of activism. More recently, designers are straying from the old notion that graphic design should be devoid of emotion. Designers are breaking archaic rules that don’t serve their messages and they are bringing humanity to the artform. […]

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The “Ugly” New Design Trend You’re Going to See A Lot More

If you’ve scrolled through social media over the past year, you might have noticed some graphic design styles that are jarring, simultaneously 90s retro and futuristic, and kind of ugly? But that’s not due to amateur designers; you can attribute that to a new movement in graphic design. What people are referring to as “ugly […]

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Why Graphic Design is More Than Just a Visual Art

When we’re kids, we’re told to “sound out” words as we’re learning to read them. Even now, the voice in your brain is speaking these words in your head. So it’s safe to say that we can “hear” typography and graphic design. In an article published for AIGA’s Eye On Design blog, author Emily Gosling […]

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