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Variable Data Printing

What is variable data printing, and what can it do for you?


Client Spotlight: Kathye Snyder-Knight

Could you tell us a bit about what you do? I started researching in the 1970s to find information on my ancestors and to find long-lost relatives. It was more of a hobby back then until I retired. That’s when it became more like a business. I research, compile, write stories, add photographs, set up […]

Book Printing

Books Start-to-Finish

So you have a book or manual that you’d like to print, but how does the process go? In this post, we’ll walk you through a book’s printing process from your first call to the finished product.

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National Women’s Equality Day

This year, POD Print proudly commemorates 100 years of women’s right to vote. Women everywhere have continued the fight for equality in other arenas, including business. POD Print opened its doors in 1978 with a female co-owner, and we currently have a female operations manager. We talked with them about their careers in the traditionally male-dominated print industry.


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?


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.

Book Printing

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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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?


Employee Spotlight: Amy Avery

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