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How the printing press changed the world

How the Printing Press Changed the World

In a previous post, we answered the question “Why is Printing Important?” and we briefly touched the topic of the printing press invented by Johannes Gutenberg. Truth is that there’s a lot more to the…


How to make an effective product label design

How to Make an Effective Product Label Design

There are plenty of reasons why you should plan your product label design carefully. For instance, your product packaging, your label included, can differentiate you from your competitors. It could also influence the consumer’s perception…


Heartwarming mother's day card ideas

15 Heartwarming Mother’s Day Card Ideas

Mother’s Day is fast approaching. Do you have any plans for the big day? Thinking of Mother’s Day card ideas for your mom is the least you could do for her. After all, she who…


4 common printing myths debunked

4 Common Printing Myths Debunked

As something that’s been around for a two centuries, printing is quite susceptible to myths, rumors, and misconceptions. We all know how it goes. Someone says something. It spreads. After some time, these printing myths…


Why Is Printing Important?

If you would like to know the answer to the question “Why is printing important?,” you only need to look around you. Our life has been linked to printing, so much so that we sometimes…


Environmentally aware earth day poster ideas

30 Environmentally Aware Earth Day Poster Ideas

More than 40 years ago, Earth Day was nothing more than a summit for people to discuss pressing environmental concerns from a grassroots level. Earth Day Celebration Started by United States Senator, Gaylord Nelson, during the…



Red Flags of a Bad Business Partnership

5 Red Flags of a Bad Business Partnership

A bad business partnership is more common than you think. Research on the success rates of business alliances actually says that around 80% of strategic alliances fail. But does that mean you should not consider…