NEWS: Free PaperSpecs Webinar:Stitch, Sew and Glue: Binding Magic

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Free PaperSpecs Webinar
Stitch, Sew and Glue: Binding Magic
Thursday, March 12, 2015
2:00 p.m. Eastern (11:00 a.m. Pacific)

In this free PaperSpecs webinar sponsored by Storyboard, a trio of awarding-winning print professionals shares tips for choosing the best binding option for your project.

Palo Alto, California – March 3, 2015 – “Selecting the best binding method for a print project is as important as the design, the paper and the printing,” says Sabine Lenz, founder and CEO of PaperSpecs. “That’s why we’ve spent the last year covering binding processes in depth for our PRO members and published a quick guide called the Binding Cheat Sheet.”

PaperSpecs’s free webinar Stitch, Sew and Glue: Binding Magic will expand on the information in the Binding Cheat Sheet by giving attendees the opportunity to hear directly from three of the best binding experts in the industry.

“We spent months researching and consulting with this trio of print pros to produce the detailed content on the website as well as our at-a-glance guide. These experts help clients make crucial binding decisions every day so it made perfect sense to give attendees a chance to ask them questions and gain even more insight from their experience,” explains Lenz.

 

Free Registration Link: www.paperspecs.com/webinar.

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Special Guest Speakers
Mike Roswell, president of Roswell Bookbinding; Scott Gray, vice-president of Branding for Metropolitan Fine Printers; and Kristopher Gasch, director of Marketing at Fey Printing have produced projects using every binding method available today.

“Their award-winning work and stellar reputations within the print and design communities are well known,” says Lenz. “From the one-off artist’s book to print runs of thousands, from everyday materials to the unexpected and untested, there’s no binding method these professionals haven’t seen and done.”

Webinar Highlights
Gasch, Gray and Roswell will share images of beautifully bound projects sure to inspire, help to clarify the differences between binding processes, and how best to use each technique. They’ll

  •  Describe the 12 most-used binding methods
  • Compare costs, pros and cons of each binding option
  • Inspire you to use binding techniques creatively
  • Share tips to avoid costly mistakes
  • Show how to determine the best binding for your paper and page count

 

Stitch, Sew and Glue: Binding Magic
Thursday, March 12, 2015
2:00 p.m. Eastern (11:00 a.m. Pacific)

Registration Link: www.paperspecs.com/webinar.

 

Who Should Attend
Stitch, Sew and Glue: Binding Magic
will be of interest and benefit to designers and other creative professionals who want to know more about the top binding methods used today and how each impacts a print project’s look and budget.

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 Storyboard, Stitch, Sew and Glue: Binding Magic is free and open to the public. Space is limited though, so be sure to reserve your seat today for this special event at www.paperspecs.com/webinar.

About Kristopher Gasch
Kristopher Gasch is director of Marketing at Fey Printing in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin. Representing the third generation in a family-owned business, he also manages print accounts across the country for clients in the food service, paper manufacturing, retail packaging, and graphic design industries.

About Scott Gray
Scott Gray is a member of the management team for the Metropolitan Group of Companies including MET Fine Printers (Vancouver, B.C., Canada) and MET Resource. His role as vice president of Branding spans the group’s communication platform as well as focusing on producing work for prestige clients such as Nike, Microsoft and TED Conferences. Gray is on the steering committee for MET’s new technology and business unit, expanding their web-to-print services significantly over the last four years, providing project management, augmented reality and dimensional marketing offerings.

About Mike Roswell
Mike Roswell is president of Roswell Bookbinding (Phoenix, AZ), a company started by his parents, Mark and Iris, in 1960. Mike began working in the business when he was six (on and off!) and came on full time in 1975. He graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in business (minor in Fine Arts). Growing from its origins in library binding, Roswell currently employs 90 people in three divisions (Library, Trade and Specialty Binding) and offers a uniquely wide range of services including fine hand binding, book and document restoration, and new book manufacturing. Roswell Bookbinding serves commercial printers, publishers, galleries, museums, artists, authors, academic libraries, photographers, and designers in the United States and Canada. http://www.roswellbookbinding.com/

About Storyboard
VMA Storyboard is a new approach to covering the creative world across all media, with a focus on the one thing that creatives of every stripe have in common: a need to tell a story in the most efficient and creative way possible. VMA Storyboard is a place to share ideas, get help, get inspired, and show off your creative work – regardless of medium. Here, you’ll find inspiring projects that play smartly across the print and digital worlds.

About Visual Media Alliance
Visual Media Alliance (VMA) is a nonprofit trade association open to companies and individuals in the visual creative, Web media, marketing, and printing businesses located in northern California, central California and northern Nevada. VMA provides a variety of benefits and money-saving programs to help its members become more successful and profitable. Membership benefits include: group health, business and life insurance at money-saving rates; opportunities to network with peers and collaborate with other types of media companies; business services such as a credit union, payroll service and collection letters; discounts on business essentials like software and office supplies and educational programming; personal and professional development programs for both owners and employees; business-centric education that includes dinner meetings, management seminars and classes, webinars, conferences, and hands-on technical training.

About PaperSpecs
PaperSpecs is a small, independent team on a mission: To make this world a better place through great design by providing 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.

You can also connect with PaperSpecs on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

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

 

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