Posts Tagged ‘Neenah’
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Neenah’s Explore No. 5 Offers 5 E’s of Hospitality

If you work with hospitality clients and want to jumpstart your creativity, you’ll want to get your hands on the new Explore 5 promotion to check out the 5 E’s of hospitality. This piece includes five creative ideas to help enhance the guest experience at every touchpoint.

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Mike Rohde Sketchnoting 101 @ How Design Live Chicago

Heading to HOW Design Live in Chicago May 2-6? Here's some a bit of revenge against all the adults who thought your doodling was the sign of an idle mind. Grab a seat at Mike Rohde’s MasterClass on sketchnoting. Mike’s written two books on the topic and shares insights about effective doodling, drawing, and note making during meetings, classes, and conferences. ...

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Passion for Paper: Cheree Berry

Oh. What. Fun. Meet Cheree Berry Paper. One does not merely "open" their stunning invitations; one falls down them, like Alice in Wonderland tumbling down a rabbit hole. This is pure print and imaginative magic. Our kind of people: Amanda Mathenia, Carmi Cioni, Cheree Berry, Clare McMullin, Dawn Sparks, Devon Fahner, Hannah Waddell, Kate Disabato, Katherine ...

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All Good Things in Modulation

All Goods Things in Modulation. Volume, Inc. of San Francisco is led by the complementary personalities of Eric Heiman and Adam Brodsley. Volume modulates the visual and written "sound" for such diverse organizations as IDEO, Boy Scouts, and, when the mood strikes, Nine Inch Nails. Precious they are not. Intelligent they are. Whether designing custom business ...

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Explore 4: Digital, Fresh, Bold, Bountiful

Expanded Digital Print Paper Options Mean Bountiful, Fresh, Wholesome Design Options Cooking up a short-run digital print project? Explore 4 provides a basket full of delicious options that you can use to capture buyer attention. Advances in digital print technology have led Neenah to expand its portfolio of color and texture options far beyond refined white ...

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Arresting Characters, Beautiful Packages

  Your Mission: Arrest Consumer Attention New Promotion Reveals the Identities of Five “Customer” Profiles Inside a Faux Real Attaché Case The Neenah Character promotion is a tongue-in-cheek promotion that encourages designers and brand managers to think about new ways to add personality to their package designs in order to capture consumer attention. ...

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An Eye Popping Pop-Up Invite

Zero Regrets, S’il Vous Plaîts Todd Thyberg at Angel Bomb Design and Letterpress in Minneapolis, knows a thing or two about combining the power of great design, tactile paper, and handsome letterpress printing. He does it everyday for his clients throughout metropolitan Minneapolis-St. Paul. His excellent work is regularly featured here, on Against the ...

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Tea Time or Beer Thirty?

Affordable Label Solutions Arrive on Schedule It’s a mashup that also solves a pressing problem. Ingalls Design of San Francisco teamed up with Neenah Papers on a hypothetical line of tea-infused beers to show how ESTATE LABEL® pressure-sensitive labels address the need for our ever-expanding universe of niche products. The key word in consumables today […] ...

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Top Shelf: Packaging the Allure

Where packaging was first brought about because of necessity—protecting contents for distribution—today it carries ever-increasing responsibility. It is more about meeting the needs and desires of consumers—essentially it’s about the brand. Consumers spend more time interacting with packaging than any other form of communication design. From retail, beverage ...

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Good Book Design: “Trust Your Gut”

Good Books Well Printed? Yes, Please. Penguin Books Executive Creative Director, Paul Buckley, Weighs In On the Art & Commerce of the Printed Book   “People who look for formulas are people that I cannot distance myself from quick enough. People who do not have their own intuitive sense of what is good and what […]

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