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How to herd kittens. Or run a small company. Is there a difference?

Okay, I’m kidding. There’s a big difference between herding kittens and running a small company. For starters, kittens can be cajoled with treats and kitty toys, so it’s pretty easy to grab their attention and subsequently herd them with relative ease.

The concept of running a small business, on the other hand, is very likely a […]

By |April 20th, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

Soft Tissue vs. Hard Tissue

Why is it that folks spend so much time bragging about the kind of equipment they’ve got? From the customer’s perspective, that’s a giant ‘who cares?’

Rarely, if ever, does someone come up to us and say, “Wow, you’ve got an Acme Diesel High Speed Digital Production Unit (made up name for illustration purposes)… I’ll bet […]

By |November 10th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

Face to face versus hiding behind the screen

Try face to face shopping to get the best design

In the world of retail, shopping (and shipping) has never been easier. It’s so easy in fact that, as an example, you never have to step foot in a supermarket to buy and receive groceries. That’s great, but what if you receive the wrong grocery order? […]

By |September 28th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

How Much Are Your Copies?

When a simple answer isn’t sufficient.

Almost daily, a telephone caller will inquire, “How much are your copies?” This is one of the most difficult questions we receive and there’s no easy answer.

Why? Because everything we print is effectively a custom project.

We ask lots of questions to peel back the layers in order to provide accurate […]

By |July 22nd, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

Printing In Color: When 50 Shades of Gray Won’t Do

Very little in life is black & white or even shades of grey.
We see and do everything in full color.

In the design world – specifically architectural & engineering design – architects, engineers, landscape designers, interior designers and other disciplines design in color. Color is significant in their respective worlds. And yet, a large portion of […]

By |July 22nd, 2016|Blog|0 Comments