It must be obvious now to those of us employed in the graphic arts, that we will, in the next five years, undergo more changes than any other industry in the history of our country. Graphic Means is a documentary that covers the history of graphic design production through the 50s Mad Men-era of pre-digital … Read more →
Posts by George Dedopoulos
Graphic Arts Magazine is proud to share our native iPad and Android apps of our monthly magazine. While visitors have are already able to visit an optimized version of our site on their mobile devices, we’ve now done this for the magazine. Stay up-to-date and on top of the industry with our new magazine app, and download it today! … Read more →
Your telephone rings and your biggest client is on the line asking what you know about social media. Your company is on Facebook and Twitter because you know you’re supposed to be on there, but you’ve never spent any time developing a strategy. Your client goes on to explain that there is a large project … Read more →
If there was any doubt about impact that digital has had in the printing industry, you wouldn’t have had to look much further than Heidelberg’s return to GRAPH EXPO on September 11 at McCormick Place in Chicago this year. After announcing details of its partnerships with EFI (Vutek) and Ricoh, Heidelberg CEO Bernhard Schreier demonstrated that the company does indeed understand the challenges and opportunities facing the industry as a whole.
This month, we re-developed the Graphic Arts Magazine website to provide you with more tools to help you succeed in the printing and graphic arts industry. The printed edition of the magazine isn’t going anywhere, but to supplement your print subscription there are many new features and content that are only available online. Here are a few of the benefits of subscribing to the online version of our magazine.
“Don’t worry, it’s not a bomb,” says the Chicago-area horticulturist as she stuffs her bag into the corner. It’s rare that I’ll get into a full conversation with a stranger, but this woman had the perfect balance of contemplation and, well, imbalance. Did she think her action would raise the terrorist flag, or was she … Read more →