I’ve realised that I’m a bit slow on the uptake as my research has told me that this advertising campaign has been around since last year. May be it’s only just reached Putney where I saw it recently.
Regardless, my advertising love this month is showered on a poster advertising campaign for HMS Belfast. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the vessel, it is a museum ship which is operated by the Imperial War Museum and moored on the River Thames near Tower Bridge. Read more ›
The Culture and Tools of Operational Excellence
Now in its 25th year, the Continuous Improvement Conference is the only industry event focused on helping companies achieve operational excellence by using the concepts of Lean Manufacturing and other management and quality systems. Year after year attendees directly link reduced costs, lowered waste, and increased profit margins to ideas gained from conference presentations and networking. Read more ›
In terms of feature additions, it’s been a quiet period for the Google Drive iOS app after a major visual makeover two months ago brought the software in line with its Android counterpart. But the team hasn’t been standing still. In a small but sweet update Thursday, the app has finally gained a much requested new feature – support for multiple Google Accounts – as well as the ability to print your documents wirelessly via either Apple’s AirPrint or Google’s Cloud Print protocol. Read more ›
Mass media happens to be an extremely highly effective instrument which has shaped as well as motivated the opinions and concepts of many generations considering that Johannes Guttenberg developed the 1st printing media within the 1400′s making it possible for present day mass media. With additional and much more textbooks and also literary materials available, the actual literacy rate went up by along with the normal individuals grew to become a lot more involved in the operating of an country because of the increase of new concepts as well as brand new mediums for the quicker swap of the ideas. Read more ›
You wouldn’t know it from the taste — hoppy, in the case of the Underdog Pale Ale, or the oatmeal of a Dark Horse Stout — but Belfast Printing beers are perhaps the closest you’ll get to computer-brewed craft beer.
To date, the Ottawa-based company has brewed more than 100,000 litres of commercial beer, which is sold in 42 bars and restaurants throughout southern Ontario. And large parts of the process are monitored, tracked and controlled using low-cost microcomputers that could comfortably fit inside your pocket. Read more ›
Like many people, I juggle busy work and home lives, and when time is scarce, it’s easy to let healthy eating fall by the wayside.
To help keep my health in check, I let five simple flyer printing rules guide my eating. You might find them useful too as they’ll allow you to live your lifestyle but reach other health goals at the same time.
Choose a rule you’d like to follow and master this before you incorporate the next.
Rule No. 1: Always include non-starchy vegetables with main meals Read more ›
The pace of UK growth picked up to 0.8% in the third quarter and minutes of the Monetary Policy Committee’s October meeting showed unemployment was falling and the economy recovering faster than it forecast. Read more ›
Researchers have successfully added a fourth dimension to their printing technology, opening up exciting possibilities for the creation and use of adaptive, composite materials in manufacturing, packaging and biomedical applications. Read more ›
Perhaps you are aiming to reach as many new customers as possible before a big promotional event. Or you just launched a new product that is a perfect fit for your existing customer base. Whatever your goals, custom brochure printing is a big business. Sometimes a brochure is not quite large enough or the look and feel needs to be more substantial. In this case, custom booklet printing may be the answer. Read more ›
Your business card is a springboard to new connections and new opportunities. A good business card can make a lasting impression — but a poorly designed card can stop your networking efforts in their tracks. So what makes a business card great? We asked three experts to weight in.
Keep it simple
Less is more when it comes to business cards, said Loredo Rucchin, head of product development for Jukebox Print. Prior generations packed as much information as possible onto their cards, filling every square inch with logos, colors and text. But the most successful modern business cards trend toward clean, open designs, with just enough text to get the point across, Rucchin said. Read more ›