Tag Archives: Seattle Publishing

Being Green through sustainable forests

The U.S. is the largest market for paper products in the world, producing 90 million tons of paper annually and, in-turn, consuming about 100 million tons.  Despite improved technologies for refining post consumer pulp, virgin fiber is still a significant … Continue reading

Posted in At SP, catalogs, Good Ideas, Marketing, Mini-Logs | Tagged , , , | Comments Off

SP Crew Enjoys a Fun Time Field Trip

Don’t let the concentration on their faces fool you, these SP Crew members were having a great flipping time at the Pinball Museum last Friday! A fun time suggestion by Amy, the Pinball Museum offers all the pinball play your … Continue reading

Posted in In the Neighborhood, The Crew | Tagged , , | Comments Off

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

Posted in At SP, Design, Internship, web development | Tagged , , , , , | Comments Off

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

Posted in At SP, Content, Design, Desk-Top-Publishing, Development, Good Ideas, Outsourcing | Tagged , , , , , , | 4 Comments

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

Posted in At SP, Community, Content, Design, Desk-Top-Publishing, Development, Good Ideas, mySQL, Outsourcing, Print Catalogs | Tagged , , , , , | Comments Off

Six Habits for Successful Web Design

Neat and Easy Navigation: How long a user stays on your website often depends on how easy it is to navigate. Clean Layout: The use of white space enhances a site’s design and directs the viewer to the site’s content. … Continue reading

Posted in Content, Development, Marketing, web development | Tagged , , , | Comments Off

Web Project Goes Live ThePeoplesCoastClassic.org

At the end of 2010, SP was approached by the Greater West Region of the Arthritis Foundation to design and develop a new website for their annual Oregon Coast bicycle event. What the Foundation needed was a way for their … Continue reading

Posted in Development, Gutenberg Publishing System, Our Work, web development | Tagged , , , | Comments Off

The Reluctant Client

Matt Pollitz is an artist at heart with a mechanic’s touch. His company specializes in the maintenance, repair, and restoration of vintage Volvos. This fall we approached Matt about redesigning his website to better reflect his unique business and services. … Continue reading

Posted in Our Work | Tagged , , , | Comments Off