If you’ve been following our series on the history of printing presses, it’s been quite a ride. We started in China way back in the 800s A.D. We checked in with Gutenberg and the information explosion he ignited throughout Renaissance Europe. And in our last piece, we looked at the Industrial[...]
Among the many challenges blind or visually impaired people overcome every day is how to identify products at the grocery store, at the pharmacy, and around the house.
Most visually impaired people have perfected strategies to adapt. They may bring a friend or family member to the store to help[...]
Located in North Aurora, Illinois, the owners of Hardware restaurant describe their establishment as a “sustainable gastropub and brewery, complete with greenhouse and organic hop farm.” We have been delighted to work with Hardware to develop and produce a variety of custom products that help[...]
The Label Printers’ Chief Executive, Bill Kane, and Chief of Operations, Lori Campbell recently returned from Buenos Aires, Argentina where they attended the 2015 International Law Enforcement Intellectual Property (IP) Crime Conference – co-hosted by INTERPOL and the Ministry of Security,[...]
We've recently found an excellent and thought-provoking essay on iBeacons and QR Codes. Well, really, the article isn't about those technologies, it's about basic, age-old sales and marketing mantras - What are you selling? Who is your Customer? Where do you meet them in the marketplace? And[...]