Sign & Digital Graphics

September '14

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128 • September 2014 • S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S And we've come to the end of another packed edition of Sign & Digital Graphics. So let's review: M A T T D I x o N , S D G M A N A G I N G E D I T o R BACK PAGE C o M I N G I N o C T o B E R … What we've learned … ✔ When it comes to being a wholesaler, keeping your accomplishments to yourself is important. No maer how well you do your job, overshadowing your client is a big no-no. Page 33 ✔ Fleet graphic orders will generate a lot of repeat busi- ness, so keeping organized files will help you pick up right where you le off. Page 62 ✔ When it comes to colors on EMCs, there is a limit to how many you need. Aer all, perhaps a 16-bit system that can display up to 281 trillion colors may be a lile excessive. Page 81 ✔ Not all sign designers are nine-to-fivers. When it comes to being creative, inspiration can come at any time and may not be something you can contain to normal working hours. Page 24 Tiger Wraps Starting from a two-man operation, Tiger Wraps has put together a strong business plan to keep on growing into the future. Fabric Display Options If you are going to be seri- ous about being involved in the exhibition industry, you will need to be comfortable creating exhibits that include printed fabric graphics.

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