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Monthly Archives: September 2010
Whilst we can never be sure of the weather, some things are inevitable. Annual events, bank holiday getaways, and the rush for bargains in the January sales can all be treated with certainty, making them easy to anticipate and to … Continue reading
‘Dr. Eric Schmidt, Chariman of the Executive and CEO’ Perhaps Dr. Schmidt should have googled ‘dictionary.’ Oh dear Google!
The debate between digital vs lithographic printing has been well documented in our previous blog entries. However, regardless of your stance on the two printing types, it is almost impossible not to acknowledge the impact that digital printing has had … Continue reading
Another example of ‘lost in translation’ we think. I wonder whether the Chinese version also requests that customers ask the produce for assistance?
Outsourcing has long been a topic of hot debate, and it appears that design work is the latest topic to be brought to attention. As businesses are still feeling the pinch from the recession, outsourcing non-core areas of the business … Continue reading
The owners of this business splashed out on a large poster to welcome visitors to their destination … however the unfortunate choice of wording probably didn’t have the desired effect!
In a era of diminishing lead-times and increasing competition, instant approvals and mobile working have become a key requirement for art professionals. Dalim Software believe that they are addressing this need through the introduction of Dialogue Touch, an application for … Continue reading
It seems that even the most simple signs can create havoc. Here are our top three…
Braille has long been a popular format for the blind, however a Spanish printing company has extended this principle to create a collection of textured images. Using the familiar concept of touch Estudios Durero collaborated with photographer Juan Torre to … Continue reading