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This month's must read

The beginner’s guide to getting your company online

The beginner’s guide to getting your company online

We live in a digital age, so getting online should be a top priority for any businesses wanting to see a boost in sales. Read on and see how to break free and join other companies online.

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Top stories

A Lesson in Typography

A Lesson in Typography

Audrey Johnson, typographical enthusiast and print specialist, drops by to give you tips and hints on how to choose the ideal font for your designs and how to blend them all together seamlessly.

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Nine ways to cure creative block

Nine ways to cure creative block

Stuck in a creative rut? Read our top nine best ways to break that block and get your creativity free flowing again.

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10 things you should never say to a designer

10 things you should never say to a designer

We delve into the ugly side of design and explore all the things you really don’t want to hear when meeting with your client.

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Screen Calibration: how to avoid odd coloured print

Screen Calibration: how to avoid odd coloured print

Ever wondered what ‘calibration’ is, and whether you should be doing it? Dan from the printed.com Design Team is here to fill you in on the details.

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