It’s become increasingly necessary that a print provider be able to keep individual source images as well as completed graphics on file—and that these be easily searchable and findable. For most shops (and individuals), a plethora of icons litter desktops, file folders, servers, and storage drives. Eventually, however, this unmanageable herd of digital images and other assets will overwhelm the user’s ability to remember where a particular file may reside.
The Job Food for the Hungry—which provides health, medical, and nutritional relief to
impoverished people in more than 26 countries worldwide—needed a new display for a major convention in Louisville, Kentucky, this past June.
As September rolls around, the balmy days of summer are suddenly becoming a thing of the past. And no matter if you’ve been out of school for two years or 20, the onset of
cooler days, crisp fall nights, and football-filled weekends serve as a reminder that another school year has commenced.
It’s a natural time, then, to think about how your shop can go “back to school” and to turn your thoughts to the training and education programs available to you and your
When the Quentin Road Bible Baptist Church in Lake Zurich, Illinois, wanted a changeable backdrop for its series of Christmas pageants last year, it didn’t have to
go far: It simply turned to its in-house creative director and Epson Stylus Pro 9600 printer.