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A Case for White Space

I’ve talked before here about business cards and business card design — in particular, our feelings on expensive design trends & why we think they’re a waste of your money. But regardless of anything else you may do with your business card design — ink colors, horizontal versus vertical layout, fancy or not fancy finishes, […]

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Business Cards: Splurge vs. Conserve

As distributors of printing, one of the most common items we produce — and get asked about by prospective clients — is business cards. They are a staple in our world, and are something everyone uses. Since we see so many business card designs — both for our clients and friends, and from strangers we […]

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The Value of Paper

I often hear people say that “printing is a dying business.” In fact, I have been hearing this for 20 years, since laser printers and desktop publishing software first began to enjoy mass popularity. Affordable prices and widespread availability of these products led to a wave of in-house design and printing, leading many to believe […]

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