In a few very easy steps we’ll show you how to do it. You can use any product, but we’re using business card printing for the purposes of this blog post.
We’re celebrating more new products as banners and banner stands roll off the production line and into your offices, event locations, tradeshow booths, and stores. These are already making quite an impression on our customers as they get ready for holiday sales, events and promotions
We are continuing our major product drive with yard signs, window clings, and canvas prints. These products are specifically chosen to create eye-catching art and advertising for your homes and businesses.
NextDayFlyers has been rolling out some pretty sweet new print products for our customers over the last few months. One of the most popular of these products has been our new custom envelopes that have enabled customers to put their full-color designs, photographs, and logos on a big stack of different envelope sizes, ready for company and personal promotion.
The US Postal Service has introduced a fantastic new low-cost direct mailing service for small businesses to target local neighborhoods. Called Every Door Direct Mail (EDDM), the service is revolutionizing the way that businesses direct mail market their products and services. At NextDayFlyers, we have been quick to see the benefit of this service for our own small business customers.
Have you ever taken a moment to contemplate the individual characters on a page? They have a personality, and they convey a mood or an emotion.
Each unique typeface provides a tone and an attitude to an otherwise voiceless page. It can shout excitedly, sing sweetly or whisper gently to the reader. And it can put you to sleep or turn your stomach in the hands of an inexperienced designer.
Idea sent in by Rachelle Harding of Redefinedesign.com
The creative mind, however prolific it may be, can and will on occasion, have a dry spell. Call it writer’s block or burnout – the brain sometimes needs a little help. There’s no shame in resorting to outside help – many of the worlds’ most inventive and creative thinkers had various tricks that came to their rescue from time to time.
Our newest What’s Next article has been submitted by Philip A. Provins, firstname.lastname@example.org
Negative space, in art and graphic design, refers to the area around and between the subject of an image. Negative space becomes apparent when the space around a subject, and not the subject itself, forms an interesting or relevant shape. Often, negative space is used to form the “real” subject of an image.