How to Print International Standard Size, A3.

June 1, 2020

A3 is a paper size that people in the international community embrace for drawings, art posters, and diagrams. This size is also frequently used in laser printers to output two A4 pages as a spread. A3 Dimensions A3 measures 297 × 420 millimeters or 11.69 × 16.54 inches. In PostScript, we round off the dimensions […]

5 Essential Components of Sending Effective Emails to Customers

April 18, 2020

Like most small online businesses, we’ve been emailing customers for a very long time. There is nothing better than funneling automated emails that reengage past and current customers. We are able to do this thanks to a Shopify app called CM Commerce Email Marketing (formerly Conversio). For every email you send, the below components are […]

Popular Logos Getting the Social Distancing Treatment

March 27, 2020

Quite a few enterprises around the world are temporarily modifying their logos to bring attention to social distancing. Public health experts encourage this practice to decrease the spread of the coronavirus. Social distancing is the act of maintaining a larger physical space away from people to prevent the COVID-19 virus from spreading. According to Johns […]

How to Turn a Physical Painting into Sellable Prints

March 11, 2020

This week, we helped a local artist, Joanne Phillips in South Carolina, convert her canvas painting into beautiful prints. She needed to quickly (and cheaply) turn a physical painting into sellable prints. In most cases, this is not very difficult to accomplish if you are in a hurry. These next steps outline a practical approach […]

Privacy Concerns with Shopify Apps I Think About

February 9, 2020

I do have privacy concerns with Shopify apps. It always seems that large enterprises and companies tout how vital privacy is yet don’t follow up with their actions. Some of us deem privacy essential to life and dangerous to give up. In contrast, others are more accepting of a new world of sharing everything. Shopify […]

See How to Properly Set Up Bleed Area for Your Art Prints.

February 3, 2020

The concept of a bleed area can be challenging to grasp for many of us. Don’t feel ashamed about that. I have hired many educated graphic designers, and many trained for months before wrapping their heads around it. Hopefully, this article will help you understand how to properly set up bleed area. First, what the […]

Cute Baby Yoda Artwork, These Are.

January 24, 2020

Disney+’s The Mandalorian restored my faith in a galaxy far far away. Director and writer, John Favreau, brings back the magic in a way the last two trilogies could not. Streaming is the future for the Star Wars franchise unless clueless executives can employ a much better strategy going forward. I could go on about […]

Running a Business with MS (Part 2 – Symptoms)

January 4, 2020

My experience with MS has been relatively smooth sailing thus far. Thankfully, my doctors were able to discover and diagnose the disease early. Many others suffer far worse symptoms than I do, and I do not enjoy spending time complaining. However, the symptoms impact everything in my life, which is not an understatement. The range […]

Geeky Holiday Cards that are Printable

November 21, 2019

We love the holidays, and I love almost everything geeky. I know that sending friends and family physical cards for any holiday is so boomer. But cards still have a place in the world, especially if you find one that connects with that particular person. Printables are instantly downloadable digital files perfect for email, social […]

How to Arrange Pages When Printing Booklets

November 18, 2019

Print companies like us usually produce booklets with the Saddle-Stitch binding method. This arrangement uses printed sheets folded together then stapled through the fold line with wire staples. The staples pass through the folded crease from the outside and clinch between the centermost pages. The result is a straightforward, professional booklet. This article will help […]