FOR SALE: Web Press Corporation “WEB Leader” Press
578mm - 22 3/4” cut-off, with small Mailroom & CTP system.
A handsome Newspaper printing press, with high colour capability, featuring 4 (four) Quad Stack towers
2 x 2003 and 2 x 2005, manufactured by Web Press Corporation. Stacked pair of mono units with lever key inking. Web Leader folder with quarterfold. 6 Rollstands ( for six webs including 4 in 4+4 process colour). Press comes complete with a very tidy CTP system, manufactured by ECRM 2005 and a ECRM Newsmatic plate processor 2007. Computer server hardware; Dell computers; Mailroom handling equipment: Thorsted (Schur) Stacker - programmable bundle sizes; Muller Martini off-line inserter; fork lift truck; Nikon Camera. Spare parts. Print samples available on request. Other units are available by separate negotiation if more webs are required.
The printing press is highly suitable for any Newspaper printer requiring good colour capability in a
reduced height building.
This press has a very small footprint size compared to most other newspaper presses and is very suited for installation in a existing building where space is at a premium.
Immediately available. We can offer a printing test facility for any serious would-be-purchaser.
For further info contact Cross Graphics:-
Telephone: +44 (0) 1442 216868
or via email: email@example.com
Credits:- Video Music "summerfugl" by Jan Grünfeld.
This mini-documentary tells the story of moo.com's innovative, new Luxe business card product, that is made up of 4 separate sheets of paper (quadplex). It is the thickest business card available on the web.
This mini-doc includes a peak into Mohawk Paper's Waterford paper mill in upstate New York, and the process of making their famous Mohawk Superfine paper.
Shot with a Panasonic AG-AF 101 through a Nokton Voigtlander 24mm f0.95, and Nikon 85mm f2.0 lenses.
Never seen before!
It takes no clairvoyant to see that most opticians are a sight for sore eyes. So when we were asked to come up with a concept for a glasses shop, we had a clear vision on what we didn’t want it to look like. Luckily, the people from Eye Candy shared this vision and trusted us blindly. We created a unique shopping experience, in which the packaging became the store and the store became the packaging. Confused?
It all makes perfect sense really: as a shop, you want to build personal relationships with your customers. What better way to do this than to literally send a piece of your store home with them? The design of Eye Candy came to use when we visualised the process of buying a pair of glasses. The entire shelving system is built out of boxes that serve as a display for the product. After the purchase, the box is removed from the frame, becomes the packaging and gets a carrying handle. So every time a customer buys his glasses at Eye Candy, he or she becomes a walking ad for the store.
The National Writing Project's Elyse Eidman-Aadahl, a learning environment expert and education advocate, explains why today's learners are so compelled by the nature of digital-age learning environments, and comments on the changing nature of writing in a digital age.
One of the largest differences between the writing process of the past and today, Elyse says, is the publishing tool set: "I can remember when I was a kid, it used to be that the writer made the words, the writer handed them to a new person--that new person was an editor. That editor was followed by a publisher, a designer, someone who distributed and marketed and circulated the book. Well, all of these professional niches, now, can be done by one person using new digital tools. We can create content, we can design it, we can circulate it, we can promote it. We can do the whole package." (1:11)
Elyse explains that thinking about writing goes deeper than knowing how to use writing tools: "The real core of learning to write and teaching writing isn't actually about the tool--it's actually about what you're going to do with the tool. It's about becoming better with audience, better with purpose, better with what I really want to say clearer..." (5:56) "So we need to be thinking and teaching not for today, but for 10, 20, 50 years from now when [...] we settle into a world that's now been transformed by the Internet and transformed by digital tools." (6:46)
Elyse Eidman-Aadahl is co-director of the National Writing Project and a recipient of the Hollis Caswell Award for Curriculum Studies.
Naked’s product catalog was growing, they were investing more into the sustainability efforts, new product lines were underway and they now had a burgeoning social community. With all this action going on, it was time to revamp their hub, NakedJuice.com, to ensure all areas of their brand promise were being met. And with the growing popularity of mobile and tablets on the market, it was equally important to offer users of such devices an equally promising experience.
To say a new website was the solution would be easy. What we pulled off is a much bigger story. The first piece of business was to develop a content strategy and fluid user experience — one that would be accessible on any device, specifically mobile, which has become the go-to resource for shoppers on run.
But more than changing up the site’s functionality, we placed a strong emphasis on content. Naked has always been grounded in sustainability and corporate responsibility, but over the years they’ve increased their investment by sourcing bananas from the Rainforest Alliance, transitioning all bottles to 100% recycled and 100% recyclable bottles, constructed a LEED-Certified bottling facility, and more. Beyond telling the story of juice and their history, we reshaped their content and altered their brand voice to ensure their corporate responsibility message was constant throughout, only we worked make it sound not so corporate.
Throughout the site, you’ll find all the information one would expect in a CPG (consumer packaged goods) site, such as where to buy and product information, but we’ve also added a variety of social tools that will allow visitors to push whimsical factoids to their relative social spaces. Small additions such as these add to the social currency Naked fans already embrace and share with their circles.
While the site has only recently launched, feedback from the client has been nothing short of “we love it.” It’ll be exciting to watch as the community chimes in on the new design, brand voice and Naked’s overall commitment to good health and a better planet.