Free PaperSpecs Webinar:Designers Going for the Digital Gold [Ink]

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Free PaperSpecs Webinar
Designers Going for the Digital Gold [Ink]
Thursday, July 31, 2014
2:00 p.m. Eastern (11:00 a.m. Pacific)

In this free PaperSpecs webinar sponsored by Neenah Paper, Tom Ingalls, founder of Ingalls Design, reveals his personal tips and insight for designing and printing on digital presses. Feature: the stunning, digitally printed promotion he created using gold ink.

Palo Alto, California – June 15, 2014 –  “It seems impossible to think there was a time when digital printing wasn’t in a designer’s toolbox,” says Sabine Lenz, founder of PaperSpecs and host of the free webinar – Designers Going for the Digital Gold [Ink]. “Now, designers are scrambling just to keep up with all the new digital printing options that seem to pop up daily.”

To provide creative inspiration and practical tips on using the latest innovation – gold ink for digital presses – Lenz asked Tom Ingalls, founder of Ingalls Design in San Francisco, to share his decade-long experience in the transformation of digital printing and examples of his latest work.

“Papers have been developed especially for digital printing that provide the color and texture we just couldn’t give up,” says Ingalls, “but new presses and inks have also come along that give designers an amazing palette of design possibilities.”

Designers Going for the Digital Gold [Ink]
Thursday, July 31, 2014
2:00 p.m. Eastern (11:00 a.m. Pacific)

Registration Link: www.paperspecs.com/webinar.

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Guest Speakers
Tom Ingalls was named a Fellow by AIGA San Francisco in 2008. From his time with Rolling Stone magazine to the founding of his own studio, Ingalls is one of the most gifted designers working in the medium of digital print today.

“Tom didn’t just experienced the transition from offset to digital printing technologies first hand, he embraced it,” says Lenz. “As a result, he has a unique perspective and knowledge base about digital printing and how designers can make the most of the technique to provide clients with creative solutions.”

Webinar Highlights
During the free webinar, Ingalls will show many examples of his work, including a hot-off-the-digital-press promotion for ENVIRONMENT Papers from Neenah that uses Kodak’s new gold ink option. He’ll also talk about digital printing from a designer’s perspective, offering tips on art preparation, proofing, and techniques for getting the most out of inks and paper. Highlights include:

  • The New Wow! Factor (using Kodak’s new gold ink option)
  • Make It Count (getting the most from paper and digital print)
  • Seeing is Believing (examples from the Ingalls Design portfolio)
  • About that Budget (edition size vs. cost-per-unit analysis)

Special Gift
Fifty attendees of the live webinar will receive a set of beautiful postcards, digitally printed with gold ink compliments of Neenah Paper.

Who Should Attend
“Designers Going for the Digital Gold [Ink]” will be of interest and benefit to designers and marketing professionals wanting to know more about using digital print to create unique and effective communications.

PaperSpecs webinars are developed to include inspiring real-world examples, highly useful and easily implemented tips, cutting-edge perspectives from industry thought leaders, and the results of the most current research.

Thanks to the generous support of Neenah Paper, “Designers Going for the Digital Gold [Ink]” is free and open to the public. Space is limited though, so be sure to reserve your seat today for this special event atwww.paperspecs.com/webinar.

About Tom Ingalls
Tom Ingalls grew up in Minnesota and did his first print job in 1965 with the design of his high school yearbook. He’s been printing on paper ever since. Tom earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Syracuse University followed by a Master of Fine Arts at CalArts, both in graphic design. He teaches typography and packaging at California College of the Arts, where he is a senior adjunct professor. His love of paper, ink and printing has been the focus of his design studio, Ingalls Design in San Francisco, since its creation in 1980. Last summer, he launched his own publishing company, Missing Links Press, to create fine print in the area of poetry and   spiritual practices, oh, and golf course design.

For information about Ingalls Design, please visit http://www.ingallsdesign.com/.

Recently published titles from his publishing company, Missing Links Press, can be found at http://missinglinkspress.com/.

About Neenah Paper
For more than 100 years, Neenah Paper (NYSE: NP) has been an innovative leader in the creation and manufacturing of premium, specialty and sustainable papers used for premium writing, text, cover, digital and specialty needs. The Neenah signature portfolio includes market leading brands such as CLASSIC®, ENVIRONMENT®, and ROYAL SUNDANCE® Papers. The company also produces envelopes in thousands of unique styles.

With over 42 colors, 15 finishes and 13 weights in their digital paper collection, Neenah leads the way in innovative color and textured papers for any digital print project. Neenah’s proprietary Universal Digital Finish provides exceptional print fidelity, ink holdout, and hassle-free printing that is compatible with HP Indigo®, Xerox iGen®, Kodak NexPress® or Canon imagePress™.

Neenah is committed to developing relevant mobile and online technologies including the new Neenah Cabinet™ for Desktop OS X, iPad, iPhone and Android. For more information on Neenah call (800) 558-5061. Follow Neenah on Twitter: @neenahpaper; subscribe to the Neenah Facebook page; or visit Against the Grain, Neenah’s blog for designers, printers and paper-lovers.

About PaperSpecs
PaperSpecs is a small, independent team on a mission: To provide inspiring, objective, practical, up-to-date information about paper and printing technologies via easy-to-digest tips and tricks, entertaining back stories, and expert insights. PaperSpecs helps to guide creatives from their initial inspirations to the meticulously designed, beautifully printed and finished projects print and paper lovers cherish. PaperSpecs is exclusively for designers, print buyers and paper professionals who feel a deep passion for the tactile and powerful experience that is paper and print. PaperSpecs website: http://www.paperspecs.com.

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PaperSpecs
127A Coleridge Ave
Palo Alto, CA 94301
T: 650-321-5152

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