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What printers wish graphic designers knew

What printers wish graphic designers knew

by on January 16, 2020

Graphic artists create the images that are often sent to printers. However, they typically work for a client who then forwards the files or designs to the printer.

In other cases, the graphic designer simply sends the file to the printer and expects it to come out perfect. A great tip is to look for the printer’s artwork guide here is an example from Real Print.

Here are few more things printers wish that graphic designers knew.


How to manage your web design projects effectively

How to manage your web design projects effectively

by on July 12, 2019

It doesn’t matter if you are a seasoned designer, or are just getting started; managing your web design projects can be very challenging, especially when you’re not informed on the right strategies to manage your client projects.

As you go higher, and with more experience in the field you will realize that there are more things to consider in order to be successful in your projects. You will no longer be concerned with the aesthetic of the design alone, but also the scheduling, project planning, version control, and so much more.


The Bakery Hackathon / Chivas Brothers offers start-ups the chance to win tech brief

by on June 28, 2014

Chivas Brothers, the Scotch whisky and premium gin business of Pernod Ricard, is inviting start-ups and budding entrepreneurs to work on a digital brief as part of a Bakery-powered hackathon taking place from 27 June – 29 June 2014.

The team which presents the most promising innovation will have an opportunity to work on a development project with a value of up to £10,000.

The event takes place at entrepreneur accelerator and hub, The Bakery, and will see developers, designers, makers and marketers compete for the chance to work with Chivas Brother's leading portfolio of premium Scotch whisky and gin brands, including Chivas Regal, Ballantine’s, Royal Salute, The Glenlivet and Beefeater Gin. [more…]

The rise of the data scientist / Francis Wallinger, Chairman, Alchemetrics

by on September 19, 2013

Everyone in today’s world lives and breathes data, whether they know it or not. Every time someone ventures online to peruse the latest fashion lines or checks on the football scores. Updating Facebook when out and about? Yep, data. Every single action one takes in the online sphere (a sphere ever-expanding into our lives day by day) leaves a data trail.

Some are private and confidential, as they should be, but some are less so. Cookies are the arch-example of the latter, tracking online movements and, in doing so, allowing advertisers to target customers with highly relevant product offerings. Whether you agree with this style of marketing is not the point – the point is that every single person creates trails of data through natural online activity as well as active engagement with brands and companies. [more…]