Every Digital Dish features stories, tips, or tricks from digital experts. This month, we want to hear from YOU. Which Digital Dish interviews have been most helpful to you? Which digital printers or topics would you like to see featured? And, most importantly, how are you doing? Take 3 minutes to share your thoughts with us, and we’ll use your feedback to make the Digital Dish even better.
As a print professional or artist, you keep your finger on the pulse of the print industry. Podcasts are an ideal way to keep up with innovations in print while getting to know accomplished, notable and interesting personalities in the print space. Whether you listen for motivation or for tips to take your business to the next level, here are five podcasts that will help you get ahead of print trends and stay inspired.
From papercraft to menus, booklets, creative mailers and more, there are a wide variety of ways to use paper for creative and business endeavors. Because paper leaves a physical footprint, it’s often misconstrued as being wasteful. In spite of the myths surrounding it, paper remains one of the most environmentally friendly materials available. Here’s why paper is more sustainable than you think.
Every Digital Dish features stories, tips, or tricks from digital experts. This month, we spoke with Doug Hederman, CEO & President, and Terri Mascagni, Senior Account Executive, of Hederman Brothers. A fourth-generation family-owned business based in Madison, Mississippi, Hederman Brothers offers offset printing technology – with one of their presses being a KBA Rapida six-color LED UV press (the first of its kind to be installed in North America) – along with digital capabilities. They have an HP Indigo 12000 and an HP Indigo 7900. We spoke with Doug and Terri about how Hederman is using digital to create, innovate and stay ahead of the game.
Every Digital Dish features stories, tips, or tricks from digital experts. This month, we spoke with Don Terwilliger and Jeanne Thompson from Digital Color Concepts, a fully integrated graphics company specializing in color retouching and print. DCC was founded in 1987 by Steve Pandolfi, and for the first thirteen years or so, the company was focused solely on retouching, primarily for the fashion and cosmetic industries. By the early 2000s, Steve decided it was time to start producing the work he was retouching. He brought Don on board as a partner and the two began investing in press equipment and rapidly expanding DCC’s capabilities. Jeanne joined shortly thereafter in a sales role and has now been with the company for 17 years.