Highly developed interpersonal skills, combined with other needed attributes, can spell the difference between average to good performance and sustained, superior results in the printing industry. Clearly, being “good with people” is not just something that is nice to have, it is essential.
In a new blog post by Dwayne Magee, he explores how the world’s very first printers shaped the world – and the country – we live in.
Like its lamination cousin, varnishing was seen as a process that was only useful for adding an extra layer of protection to a piece of printed work. Fast-forward to the modern market, it is now regarded as a tool that can help add a whole new dimension to applications.
This is the time of year when organizations evaluate their current position and start thinking about things that they need to change.
IPG blogger Dwayne Magee takes a trip down printing’s memory lane by sharing an amusing collection of tips for printers.