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Client Spotlight: Regina Miller


Could you tell us a bit about your business/organization? My name is Regina Miller. I’m the owner of Trailblazers Academy located in Wichita, Kansas. We are a Private Preschool and Child Care offering innovative and stellar services to children 6 weeks to 10 years. We have been located at 3590 N. Woodlawn Blvd for 12 […]

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History of Paper


Paper is so common we rarely think about it. We use it to scribble out grocery lists and print office memos, or we read books of bound paper pages. But how did it come into common usage?

Design

Using Color Schemes in Your Logo


When designing a logo, dozens of questions come to mind. Should I use a symbol, a wordmark, or both? Then there’s color. Color carries mood, conveys the tone of your business, and can become fundamentally ingrained with your brand.

Help & Tutorials

Does my self-published book need an ISBN?


This depends on your goals for your book. Read on for more info about books and ISBNs.

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Why CMYK?


You may have seen the four colors used in commercial printing before: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black. This is commonly referred to as CMYK. But why those four colors?

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Employee Spotlight: Amy Avery


Learn more about one of our design team members! Amy is a magician for your design needs!

Design

Logo Font


Are you setting the right tone with your logo’s typeface?

Help & Tutorials

Wedding Print Timeline


You have so much to plan for your wedding, and checklists can help ensure you have everything on time.

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What’s in an Ampersand?


It’s such a common symbol that you may never have thought about the origins of the ampersand, or “&”. You see it in logos everywhere, for companies from Dolce & Gabbana to Ben & Jerry’s, and you’ve certainly used it when jotting your own notes.

But where did it come from?

Design

Finding Your Color Palette


Color is a vital part of a design, but it can be daunting choosing a palette for your logo, branding, or design piece. Luckily these three quick and simple approaches can help you create a pleasing color palette.