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ProjectCenter recently offered, not asked, to do a testimonial for a wonderful consulting outfit called Aidan Taylor. Aidan Taylor does website and internet advertising optimization. In order to understanding the humor, you first want to check a clip from Marketing On The Run, then check out the ProjectCenter video testimonial:

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ProjectCenter is a single-source service company providing marketing and document solutions to small, medium and large-sized businesses in the U.S. area. ProjectCenter is based in Phoenix, Arizona and its services include graphic design, web design, printing, copying, scanning and mailing. For more information, please call (602) 252-6655 or visit www.makepapereasy.com or follow us at Twitter.

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ABOUT PROJECTCENTER:

ProjectCenter is a single-source service company providing marketing and document solutions to small, medium and large-sized businesses in the U.S. area. ProjectCenter is based in Phoenix, Arizona and its services include graphic design, web design, printing, copying, scanning and mailing. For more information, please call (602) 252-6655 or visit  www.makepapereasy.com or follow us at www.twitter.com/ProjectCenter.


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Some of the tips and tricks about the blue in printing:

-What’s A Blue line?

It’s a tool for proofing your printing project before going to press.

-Why is it blue?

The yellowish paper is photosensitive. When exposed to UV light, unprotected areas turn blue. In the olden days, proofs were made that produced images in brown. They were known as Van Dykes, as in Vany Dyke brown.

-How come my multi-color piece is just various shades of this blue color?

The various negatives that will be used to actually print your project are each exposed to the same piece of blue line paper, one at a time. The lighter inks that will be used get less exposure time, revealing a lighter blue.

-Why isn’t it the same as a color proof?

Color proofs can be made from the negatives, but they are far more expensive and time-consuming. Bluelines are cheaper and faster. The trend is actually going to imaging color proofs to the same matrix as the film or plate creation, but using toner and special paper. Running to an average deskjet or laserprinter isn’t as accurate.

-What should I look for on a blueline?

Bluelines were originally best for making sure the printer’s mechanicals included all the text and graphics you wanted. And to make sure all your photos were correctly scanned and placed into the right position.

Now, with desktop publishing and deskjet proofs provided by the client, bluelines are to make sure no fonts were left off (resulting in Courier instead of your desired typeface), to check that multi-page projects are correctly ordered, and that the job is correctly trimmed.

-What should I not be concerned with on a blueline?

Well, it’s the worst time to reconsider your content (unless you really want to repay for all new film and a new set of film).

It’s also not good for checking ink coverage, color separations, nor exact trapping. Bluelines aren’t extremely accurate for paper choice, since the paper used is in no way accurate to what stock will be used on the presses. The texture and thickness also has nothing to do with the final paper stock that will be used.

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Due to the past hosting program, ProjectCenter was unable to accept requests for individual ads. Now that is possible at this new location, and are welcoming requests. Please contact ProjectCenter at questions@makepapereasy.com for ad requests.

ProjectCenter is only accepting individual ads at this time, and have chosen not to partake in Adsense-type programs.

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The ProjectCenter Blog began in July of 2007, and after one full year, it has received 10,000 views.

We thank our supporters for the great turnout.

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The purpose of the ProjectCenter Blog was to help buyers and providers of graphic design, printing, scanning and reprographics services by providing useful information. ProjectCenter has decided to take that intent to the next level.

“It is fine and dandy for us to make comments on posts, but that is a one-sided approach, so we decided to create a forum for people to come together and ask questions and/or receive tips”, said Kak of ProjectCenter.

ProjectCenter presents The ProjectCenter Forum: http://projectcenter.10.forumer.com/

We invite you to register and dazzle us with your knowledge!

Come have a listen to the lastest radio spot:

 

ProjectCenter Radio Spot

 

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Carefully planned predatory pricing practices have allowed national chains to establish virtual monopolies as they drive local competition out of business. And then they raise their prices.

-www.LocalFirstAZ.com

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Independent businesses provide meaningful service with a personal touch. It matters to them that you are satisfied and will come back again.

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Independent businesses are unique enterprises that contribute to the character of our community by offering a more diverse selections of goods and services.

-www.LocalFirstAZ.com

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Blighted empty shopping areas are created in your community when chain stores re-locate to a more lucrative shopping center, or leave altogether. Literally hundreds of big stores are abandoned each year across the United States.

-www.LocalFirstAZ.com

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Millions of dollars of tax revenue subsidies handed to chains by financially-starved local governments drain even more tax revenue from our community and state.  

-www.LocalFirstAZ.com

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