What’s it like being a small design studio in the wake of the COVID-19? Confessions from a designer
Data, when used for marketing and design purposes, can increase customer engagement and responses. Learn how to design for variable data printing.
Why does the color look different in a store then at home? Understanding color perception helps designers minimize color change.
Ketty Pillet, VP of Marketing at Gerber Technology, discusses their Innovation Center in Manhattan, where designers and brands get live demos of their micro-factory.
10 things a designer should ask their printer before starting a project – colors, paper, proofing, finishing, services and more.
Red has a strong, forceful impact on our brain and emotions, but why and how does one produce this the poisonous red.
Everyone has access to design tools; that doesn’t make everyone a smart designer. Creatives need to learn today’s technology to make themselves more valuable.
Color reference guides are an essential tool for designers but how did Pantone, Munsell, and CSI get started?
Adobe’s Mike Scrutton discusses Design to Print. This Photoshop plug-in helps creatives design, visualize and sell their designs, easily, with no inventory.
I had the chance to catch up with Mike Scrutton, from Adobe, in Dallas at PRINTING United to discuss Adobe’s Textile Designer Photoshop plug-in and how it helps textile, pattern and apparel designers.