A GDUSA reader poll sponsored by Verso Corporation, papermakers extraordinaire, reveals a surprisingly positive can-do attitude among graphic designers in the face of adversity.
Designers expect that the pandemic pause will permanently change where and how – and perhaps why – they work.
Designers are hopeful, even confident, about the long term value and viability of the graphic design business.
Respondents believe that, once the coronavirus crisis recedes, traditional modes and materials will have a renaissance.
The latest campaign for Heinz by Havas London reminds people that its popular tins of baked beans are in fact vegan.
A leading provider of Printing Papers, Specialty Papers, and Pulp, Verso’s distinguished product line, streamlined supply chain and flexible manufacturing capabilities make us ultra-responsive to market demand, extending our ability to get you the products you need, when you need them.
Today, print is a choice and an option, and our survey has evolved into an existential probe of the role and purpose of print today.
The Canon Print for Action Survey, conducted by Ipsos, uncovers consumers’ perception and use of printed materials, as well as the importance of print in the minds of tomorrow’s business leaders.
PRINT 17, the most comprehensive graphic communications gathering in the Americas, announces its 2017 MUST SEE ’EMS. The show takes place Sept 10-14 at McCormick Place South in Chicago.
PRINT 17 presents more than 50 education sessions that shed light on the design/creative process, packaging, marketing and sales, business growth strategies, new emerging technologies and more.
Mohawk is celebrating the 70th anniversary of its Superfine paper grade. Ever wonder how it got the name?
Digital printing is the fastest growing segment of the print world and vital to the future of graphic communications. The latest GDUSA reader survey reveals that three in four designers have bought or specified digital printing in the past year, but our readers tell us that, the world being what it is, they have not […]