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A traditional view of digital communications

Wednesday 02nd November 2016 | Tagged as: Print, Digital, Lucy O'Dea

Author: Lucy O'Dea

As the world continues its digital migration, with its subsequent growth in the use of online channels and social networking platforms to communicate, are we all in danger of actually losing touch with our customers? Whatever happened to all those face to face meetings?  Sometimes it even seems like a chore to pick up the phone and talk.  These days, it’s all too easy to hide behind an email, text or tweet rather than using verbal or face to face communication that are all too often considered ‘old-hat’ or too time consuming.

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Paper v digital advertising

Wednesday 24th August 2016 | Tagged as: Advertising, Digital, Paper

Author: Lucy O'Dea

Working in the communications industry, we all acknowledge the benefits of online media and the opportunities it offers for the distribution and dissemination of information. However, it can be frustrating when all the attention turns to digital to the detriment of paper-based communication.

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The digitally printed home

Wednesday 12th February 2014 | Tagged as: Print, Digital, Ellie Bunce

Author: Ellie Bunce

Moving house is meant to be one of the most stressful times in life, which I have recently found out! However, once the stress of signing contracts, packing and unpacking boxes and moving furniture ends, the fun can begin.

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The power of printing digital photographs

Wednesday 08th January 2014 | Tagged as: Digital, Kerry Rice, Photography

Author: Kerry Rice

It’s just over one year since my wedding and I was reminiscing on when my wedding album arrived as I was poring over it the other day. (Yes, I am talking about weddings again, but this should be my last wedding-related blog.) When it initially arrived I was as excited as a 20th century photographer peering through developing fluid in a darkroom, but  as I was tearing through the reams of Border Agency tape that were wrapped around the package a thought occurred to me – why was I more excited about the printed album than I was about the online photographs?

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