Author: Fred Hess

As we quickly approach the end of 2019, we look forward to everything the new year has to offer. This past year, we have seen many new technological developments in the printing industry, and these technologies are going to drive many future printing trends. It is important for commercial printers to be aware of these printing trends so that we can keep up and provide customers with the best services possible. Here is a list of the most important printing trends that we will see in 2020.

It’s becoming more and more obvious we live in a world of technological advancement which is creating a bigger want for speed and efficiency. In the print industry, those wants are being met through print-on-demand services. Print-on-demand, as the name suggests, is an advanced print solution that allows customers to print a desired project according to specific demands at any time. From healthcare providers to real estate companies and even restaurants, print-on-demand offers several advantages over your traditional print offerings to industries who need a steady flow of printed materials.

As the holiday season approaches, it’s time to think about all that we’re thankful for. As a business owner, your customers are at the top of that list! Instead of sending out a generic “Happy Holidays” card that will end up in the trash (or maybe on the break room fridge if it’s more personal), why not show your appreciation for clients with personalized promotional gifts? With options for budgets big or small, we’re sure that these gifts will be used well past the holiday season.

The holiday season is almost here, so it’s time to prepare for the craziness that is sure to ensue. One task that people and businesses tend to stress about is sending out their holiday greeting cards. What should they look like? Where should we get them printed? When should we send them? These are but a few of the questions that buzz around in everyone’s minds whenever holiday cards are mentioned. We want to help alleviate some of that stress by providing you with some tips for designing holiday greeting cards.

Books and booklets are some of the best ways to share information. While many of these can be found online, nothing beats cracking open a book and flipping through its pages while you read. Despite the popularity of the Internet, printed books and booklets are still used every...