Another week of some great inspiration.
Month: April 2011
Creative, alluring, magical, and downright wonderful art pieces. The DVD cover is really what will last when someone thinks of a movie marketing piece. It’s the item that the viewer keeps in their house, looks at everytime they watch the movie and reminds them why they love the movie in the first place. Make sure you are doing yours justice this week with a ton of inspiration, tutorials, free templates and more.
This week on The Art of Design: DVD Covers.
In an effort to help direct mail professionals update their offerings to reach modern, digitally connected customers, the U.S. Postal Service recently announced it would offer a 3 percent discount on messages that incorporate QR codes, Post & Parcel reports.…
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Environmentally friendly Global climate change Landfill
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Bookmarks! Everyone’s favorite place holder is a great way to get your message across while being useful to a customer’s everyday life. They’ll see it at their most information absorbing and is one of the cheapest marketing tools you can invest in. So much creativity can be spent on these little guys beyond the typical rectangle, so that’s why this week we have brought you some great inspiration, tips & ideas for keeping your message in the eye of your customer; even if its in bed, on the subway or in the library… shhhhh.
This week on The Art of Design: Bookmarks.
A pamphlet is defined as an unbound booklet (without a hard cover) consisting of a single sheet of paper that is printed on both sides and folded in half, in thirds, or in fourths, or it may consist of a few pages that are folded in half and stapled at the crease. In order to be officially recognized as a pamphlet, UNESCO requires a publication (other than a periodical) to have “at least 5 but not more than 48 pages exclusive of the cover ;” a longer item is a book.