Category Archives: Our Work

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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SP’s Top Five Advantages of Software Subscriptions

Now that SP offers the Gutenberg Publishing System® with month to month, one and two year subscriptions, we thought it would be timely to review the advantages of subscribing to software. Also If you’re finding your software needs fluctuating from … Continue reading

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Content Partnerships

With catalogs, websites, and mobile demanding accurate and real-time content, many companies are struggling to keep up with the need for product attributes, descriptions, and images. Some companies are looking for creative ways to manage this demand while keeping their … Continue reading

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New addition to the Office

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BicyclePaper expands to Colorado

In April, The Bicycle Paper’s first Rocky Mountain edition will be distributed via newsstands throughout the Denver, Boulder, and Fort Collins area. This new publication will focus on all things cycling within the Rocky Mountain Region. After Bicycle Paper’s successful … Continue reading

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Content trends in 2012…SP’s Top 5

Tablet Tsunami These portable devices are not going away, if anything they will become the game changer in the way that humans interact with technology. Tablet catalogs and tablet subscriptions are starting to gain traction both in consumer and business … Continue reading

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JoJo Jupiter rocking Seattle….

A recent review of  Assistant Editor Darren Dencklau’s band and their new album. JoJo Jupiter, Space Medicine (out now, self-released, jojojupiter.bandcamp.com): Psychedelic rock is a genre that traditionally requires a rather large band to adequately perform. Not so for Seattle group … Continue reading

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Going Local – Why Localizing your Content is Important

When it comes to languages, diverse audiences, and far away cultures, what works at home may not work somewhere else. Localization is the process of modifying or even recreating content to fit the linguistic, cultural, legal, and regulatory standards for … Continue reading

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On-Demand Publishing

There is a renewed interest in this publishing method for books, catalogs and miniPubs. One of the driving forces is its flexibility and cost savings compared to a typically rigid and expensive process. As database publishing and digital printing become … Continue reading

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Consistency is Key- Creating a Style Guide helps to insure success

As anyone who has traveled knows, a guide is a helpful resource for getting you where you want to go and can enrich the overall experience. The same principal holds true with content. By developing a guide for your company’s … Continue reading

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