PBM entered a new inkjet proofing era with a Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) Z2100 printer and GMG Americas’ ColorProof software for contract-quality proofing. Bailey uses three adjectives to describe the new setup: speedy, stable and self-calibrating.
At Graph Expo 2006, Epson America teamed with ColorSciences to showcase its PrintCertification solution. The goal: to deliver a remote proofing package that would satisfy printers, print buyers, designers and other decision makers.
How personalized print, URLs and landing pages improve direct mail results.
Using phpBB, an Open Source bulletin board package, Corey Smith launched www.prepressforum.com in March 2003 to create “a place for people working in the prepress industry to get together and share ideas, help troubleshoot files and talk about technology.”
A Web-based order interface is fueling growth for this Pacific Northwest printer.
Digital print marketer demonstrates the power of Xerox and XMPie.
Hillside, IL-based Darwill used its Web tools to link a publisher in New Mexico with a designer in Michigan. The new magazine is printed using stochastic screening, and the quality is so good, some recipients are framing pages. When Doug Evilsizor, founder of SlickRock Publishing (Gallup, NM), sought to launch a high-quality, national publication for an SUV automobile brand, he knew it wouldn't be
The final proof for a new brochure is long overdue at an Orange County printing plant, but the client in San Francisco is still toying with a last-minute color change. The account executive at the Los Angeles ad agency is nervous, but the production manager down the hall is surprisingly calm. There is no mad dash to summon the messenger service; only a phone call to Primary Color in Irvine, CA. Because
Joe Novak doesn't have an easy job. He's the director of technology for Williamson Printing Corp. (Dallas), one of the largest printers in the United States. We're a different breed of printer, says Novak. We do so many different things. Williamson, a perennial fixture at the Premier Print Awards, won 121 total awards in the 2005 competition for products and services ranging from direct mail to annual