Print design is a fine art that requires advanced understanding of printers. In 1440, Johannes Gutenberg popularized the first printing press in Germany, which made it possible for information to be spread quickly and cost effectively to a wider audience than ever before. The printing revolution begun with his perfection of mechanical movable type printing, playing a key role in the Renaissance, Reformation, the Age of Enlightenment, and the Scientific Revolution.
So realistically, YOU will never need to have an advanced knowledge of the history of printers to understand print design. However, print design is a fine art, and one to which Plan Left provides a unique approach to. Our team has specifically developed techniques to apply your ideas, concepts, and graphic needs to paper.
From business cards, postcards, letterheads, birthday cards, gantt charts, dancing instruction booklets, CPR step-by-step guides, table tents, recipe books, magazine layouts, reference documents, certificates, presentation material, and on, and on, and on... Everyone has a unique printing need. And even though it may not be important to have an advanced knowledge about the history of printing, it is crucial to understand why printing and printed materials are considered some of the most important resources a company can have.
Plan Left can help get your print design needs moving forward.