Fresh print links
These are the links we consider worth your attentention. It is our latest harvest in all matters printing.
Amazon handed in several patent applications explaining how the company wants to print goods on-demand inside of trucks to deliver them in time. Wow!
Honestly, we recommend to subscribe to the whole blog of Tini Alexander instead of reading only this single piece! But this article is a good start as it gives great advice on how to prepare print files for printing. Check out more!
Here is a video we discovered via Tini about a really special calendar:
"Researchers say readers remember the location of information simply by page and text layout" – that's a good point and that's why books, especially textbooks, need an excellent layout.
Another article that deals with the attitude of digital natives towards printed media.
Long-term data management is the keyword. There's a great demand for making sure that data is still available and accessible in 30 or 100 years.
Well, that was not such a big surprise for us. But it is still a nice read.
Yummie! What a nice way to reduce the waste from all the coffee-to-go cups.
At the end we want to take a look into the future: After writing about Konica Minolta's vision for the future of work some weeks ago, now Microsoft shared their productivity future vision:
Have a nice weekend!