We’ve said it before, and will probably say it again: Technology changes EVERTHING! This is especially true in the field of Graphic Design. The growth of personal computers and desktop publishing software made EVERYONE an amateur graphic designer. Now, the internet has become a wealth of knowledge and resources; especially for people looking for photos. This brings us to a VERY important topic: Image Use and Copyright Law.
In our previous blog post, we started our New Year’s Resolution of “Understanding Resolution” (if you missed it, just click the link to check it out.) This time, we’re helping you put this information to good use by helping you get better images from the very beginning, starting with your Digital Camera. Maybe you just got a new one over the Holiday Season, or perhaps you’ve had one for a while now. It’s never too late to review your settings and make sure that your getting the best your camera can offer.
Happy Holidays! Have you been preparing your Holiday cards, or winter print ads or marketing materials? Nothing says “Winter” like the image of snowflakes, and if you want to know how to create your own original custom snowflakes quick and easily, you’ve come to the right place!
’Tis the Season to send out Holiday Cards! The weather gets a little cooler and winter is right around the corner, which can only mean one thing: Holiday Season! It’s time to start breaking out the decorations and start singing carols like that old holiday classic Silver & Gold. There’s just something classy about silver and gold. It’s used for expensive jewelry, it backs our nation’s currency, it’ used for trophies, awards, and medals. Silver and Gold simply epitomize class, value, and sophistication.
Universal Printing takes great pride in offering the best of all graphic communication worlds: Award Winning Graphic Design, G7 Master Printer level digital output and commercial printing, and the latest in Direct Mail, featuring variable data and cross-media marketing solutions. Over the years, we’ve worked with a lot of clients and companies who find themselves getting into a 2- or 3-prong approach with their projects: One company for design, another print, and sometimes even a third to handle the mailing. Not a very efficient process, in our opinion. WE always want to focus more on what is in the best interest of our clients. Here’s a few reasons why a “single source solution” makes sense.