Why You Should Hug a Tree and Kiss a Paper Maker on International Day of Forests
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Why You Should Hug a Tree and Kiss a Paper Maker on International Day of Forests

In 2012 the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed March 21st the International Day of Forests, to celebrate and help raise awareness of the importance of all types of forests. The theme for 2017 is Forests and Energy. According to Two Sides North America, wood provides the world with more energy than solar, hydroelectric or wind...

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A Designer’s Guide: Saddle-Stitched Books
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A Designer’s Guide: Saddle-Stitched Books

Designing a print piece for mass production can be an arduous task. When you’re designing booklets, programs, or pamphlets to be produced in the thousands, it’s easy to become overwhelmed and obsess over every single detail. While you may have a trusty production team to obsess for you, it is still essential to setup up...

Responsible Production and Paper Use
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Responsible Production and Paper Use

For more than 2000 years, print on paper has been a valued communications medium, helping us learn, create, and share ideas. Paper also has unique environmental features and helps support the U.S. economy. The demand for responsibly produced paper provides a financial incentive for landowners to keep their land forested and manager it sustainably rather...

Change Your Perspective and Change Your World Part 1
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Change Your Perspective and Change Your World Part 1

Gathering data and utilizing data are two vastly different things. NextPage understands the need for Big Data and correspondingly knows how to help our clients develop that same information into a strategy. This piece, originally published last year in our Connect magazine, is Part 1 of a 2 Part series on changing your perspective on...

This Small Change Will Make You Better at Your Job
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This Small Change Will Make You Better at Your Job

I have long been a fan of building some quiet time into the day. I believe that productivity is actually decreased by cramming more work into our time starved schedules. This article by Shane Snow of Contently speaks directly to that point and has an academic study to back it up. My father often used to tell...