Category Archives: Design

Keeping Up with Brand Standards- One product at a time.

Recently, Seattle Publishing and Tacoma Screw Products entered into an  Agent of Record agreement where SP will support Tacoma Screw Product’s private label products program with graphics, project management, and production for products that carry their brand. With over 50 … Continue reading

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Rio de Janeiro joins the Sea-Dog 2015 Catalog

Seattle Publishing has been working with Sea-Dog for over 12 years helping streamline their content on the web as well as in their print catalogs via our Gutenberg Publishing System. The 2015 catalog offers not only the best selection of … Continue reading

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Revenge of the Catalog- IKEA’s BookBook

Here is a great video that shows the technological wonders of the print catalog. Koodos to Ikea for a innovative take on the catalog. To Watch  

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Content First!

For our clients, we begin the development process by focusing on content – its roles, its structure, and how it relates. By putting content first, we are able to identify what is unique, what needs additional attention, and what is … Continue reading

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Best Practices – Preparing Your Images for Retina Display Technology

Screen technologies are continually improving as broadband speeds increase and bandwidth costs are lowered. As this happens, managing multiple sets of images for web or print becomes less important. The priority instead lies in having high-resolution images that can work … Continue reading

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Some First Thursday FUN! with the Crew

Join us tomorrow night for Pioneer Square’s monthly art celebration. One of our client’s is showing his art that combines the practicality of a bicycle helmet with the imagination of an artist.  The results should be interesting.

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Graphics Internship begining September 2012

Seattle Publishing, a company specializing in periodicals, websites, and database-driven publishing, offers quarterly graphics-based internships to qualified individuals. A graphics position is available for the fall quarter starting September 2012. Our Graphics Internship introduces the publishing industry and its production … Continue reading

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How can we help?

Assisting our clients with content integration and maintenance are just two examples of support services that we provide. One of our wholesale clients struggled with the demands of updating their content in realtime. We developed a content maintenance program and … Continue reading

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Working with other vendors

As vendor specialization continues to evolve, many of our projects rely on the ability to share ideas and information with other vendors or departments. With  more complexity, it is common for SP to be one of many vendors tasked with the project’s completion. From … Continue reading

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Helvetica

Created by the Swiss School of Typography in the 1950s, Helvetica became synonymous with modern and progressive attitudes of the ’60s. Recently there has been a renewed interest, and once again this icon is gaining in popularity. With its cheerful … Continue reading

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