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Posts Tagged ‘Print Design’

District of Columbia Brochure

Client: ING
Software: Quark Xpress
Project: Brochure for District of Columbia retirement plan website

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ING Educator’s Economic Index

Client: ING
Software: Quark Xpress
Project: Educator’s Economic Index white paper

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ING Payroll Solution Brochure/Folder

Client: ING
Software: Quark Xpress
Project: Payroll Solution Brochure/Folder

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ING Multicultural Postcard

Client: ING
Software: Quark Xpress
Project: Folded Postcard for Multicultural Marketing

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Perfect Chemistry Catalog

Client: ThermoSpas
Software: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign
Project: Brochure and photography for hot tub chemical and accessory products

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Moo Cards 2.0

Moo Unboxing

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First of all, I have to say that I love Moo. This is the second set of Mini cards I have gotten from them, and I’m again impressed with the order process, the print quality, and the turnaround time. The cards are fantastically handy to keep in a purse or pocket for when you need them. I still have a few of my first batch left, but I decided to order more since I’ve updated my brand look a little, and have started transitioning to my Google Voice number. (more…)

Freedom Pools Catalog

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Client: ThermoSpas
Software: Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop
Project: Two spread (four page) insert into a distributor catalog. (more…)

InDesign 101

InDesign can seem daunting to beginners since there is so much going on. I rarely come across tips and tricks for InDesign the way I do Photoshop, CSS, and other web-related technologies. Perhaps there is just more audience for web-related information on the web. Hopefully this guide will help new InDesign users become more efficient and more knowledgeable about such a powerful and flexible piece of software. (more…)

Business Card Printing Roundup

Chris Rossi over at modbird has put together a great list on her site of business card printers. I’ve personally used Moo, uPrinting and VistaPrint and have gotten great results from all. I absolutely love my Moo mini cards. She also has some really good points about the card design process and the importance of having a good card. Check it out!

um, do you have a card?

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