Frank Romano To Examine Designing For Digital In IPA Webinar
Friday, July 25, 2003
(July 23, 2003) IPA, the Association of Graphic Solutions Providers, announced today that its summer Webinar series will continue August 13 when industry guru and noted professor, Frank Romano, will provide valuable tools and techniques on effectively designing for digital printing. This content intensive online program will explain the reasons for personalized printing, the market opportunity for targeted marketing strategies, and specific digital printing design parameters. In addition to the Romano Webinar, IPA's summer Webinar series continues August 6 with Digital Workflow for Production Printing, led by RIT Professor, Michael Riordan. Digital printing expert and fellow RIT professor, Barb Pellow, follows on August 20 with Critical Success Factors in Digital Color Printing. Also in August, industry veteran Craig Black will examine large format printing and consultant Clint Bolte will share New Opportunities with Information Fulfillment Services. Year to-date, over 1,900 graphic communication professionals have utilized IPA's state-of-the-art Web conferencing technology to help them achieve excellence in the areas of creative services, digital operations and digital output and distribution. Previously broadcast IPA Webinars include both audio and visual presentations. Archived Webinars include such topics as selling creative services, integration of Mac OS X, the introduction of Acrobat 6.0, digital color proofing and other issues critical to graphic communication professionals. Archived Webinars are available for purchase at www.ipa.org/cd. For pricing or to register for the summer Webinar series, go to www.ipa.org/webinars or call IPA at (800)255-8141.