Interviewer: Tell us why you came to DScoop?
Interviewee: Well, for networking opportunities. We’ve been the proud owner of an Indigo for two months now, so we have a whole lot to learn and I was looking forward to the networking opportunities.
Interviewee 2: We have over 1,700 people here at DScoop this year to participate in over 110 educational sessions over the course of about a three-day period. Not only do we have 1,700 people, but what’s maybe most significant about that number is that number makes up partners. We have over 80 partner companies here supporting DScoop from print technologies to data management to finishing to media partners. You name it; they are here to help support the event. And of course, HP is the premiere sponsor of DScoop.
Interviewee3: I hope to meet a lot of people that are much smarter than I am, and that shouldn’t be very difficult since we know nothing at all about this digital printing thing.
Interviewee4: I just finished a session that had representatives from Korea, China, Japan, Indonesia, and India all in one room talking about the opportunities in digital, what they need from a business development perspective and how DScoop can help them, not only today, but throughout the year in a worldwide effort.
Interviewee5: Right now, we’re at the HP Capture and about to learn a lot about the HP tools that are available to us to make our business a little bit better.
Interviewee6: We have customers here that want to do nothing more than to just learn, understand the opportunities in the new key vertical markets like publishing and photo, and to really understand the applications that are going to help drive them in 2010 and move ahead into 2011.
How to Think About Large Custom Development Projects
Published: August 24, 2017
Large software projects should be taken on with some extra planning upfront. Just like buildings, you should prototype and get a real sense of how the software is going to work. Given the time, we always build out the user experience first. Jennifer Matt interviews Chris Reisz-Hanson, a print software architect talks about how he would approach a large custom development project.
Printing with Fluorescent Inks on HP Indigo
Published: August 22, 2017
Nick Gawreluk, Supplies Product Manager for HP Indigo, Speaks with Senior Editor Cary Sherburne about some of the unique liquid inks HP Indigo has recently developed, including fluorescent inks. Gawreluk shares application of examples using these inks.
Frank: British Attack on Apostrophe Must Be Stopped
Published: August 18, 2017
Frank bemoans the British attempt to eliminate the apostrophe in place names. So far, only Frank has spoken out against this perversion of orthography as misguided souls take a hammer to our grammar.
Third-Generation Printer Cockrell Enovation Improves Productivity with HP Indigo 10000
Published: August 15, 2017
John Cockrell, Vice President at Fort Worth based Cockrell Enovation, has used its new HP Indigo 10000 press to migrate work from offset for more efficient production. Hear what he has to say about the future of offset in his business and the kinds of applications he is producing on the HP Indigo 10000. HP Indigo's Business Development team has been a partner in this transition.
Bud Light, HP and Esko: From Ideation to Production in Less than a Month
Published: August 14, 2017
Michael Cox, a Solutions Architect at HP, Inc., talks about HP's collaboration with Esko to create limited edition Bud Light cans for a special event using Studio for Sleeves and HP's Mosaic in the design process. This eliminated the need for physical samples in the approval process. From ideation to production in less than a month -- amazing!
Frank: Xeikon Roll-fed Digital Press 25th Anniversary
Published: August 11, 2017
We are coming up on the 25th anniversary of the Xeikon roll-fed digital color printer. Frank shows some of the classic work done by this venerable machine, which is still helping printers worldwide to make money.