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.
Silicon Publishing Launches Redesign of Silicon Designer
Published: December 6, 2016
In this interview, Cary Sherburne, Senior Editor, talks with Max Dunn of Silicon Publishing about the company's clean sheet redesign of Silicon Designer leveraging the talents of former Adobe InDesign developers. This Web2Print/online editing solution is used by some of the world's largest companies.
1,000th HP PrintOS Customer Speaks Out
Published: December 6, 2016
Senior Editor Cary Sherburne talks with Martin Saavedra, Jr., EVP at MLI Marketing in Tampa, the 1,000th HP PrintOS customer. Saavedra explains why solutions like HP PrintOS are important in helping printers remain competitive with a streamlined and productive workflow in an open, cloud-based ecosystem.
PIA's Julie Shaffer on Color Conference 2016
Published: December 5, 2016
Julie Shaffer, Vice President of Education and Marketing Strategies for the Printing Industries of America, explains the evolution of the Color Conference and its value to brand owners, printers and premedia professionals. She also discusses broader PIA educational initiatives and certification programs, including a customer service certification that will be available soon.
Frank is Entranced by Pop-up Cards
Published: December 2, 2016
Frank is entranced by pop-up cards from opencardnow.com. Former typographer Julie Brumlik has a new career with pop-up origami. Frank even shares his pop-up Gutenberg book.
ASU's Print & Imaging Lab Leads the Way in Workflow Integration
Published: December 1, 2016
Chris Halkovic, Web-to-Print Manager at Arizona State University's Print and Imaging Lab, talks about how the shop/learning environment is integrating Web2Print and MIS for a coherent and automated workflow for printed materials and 3D objects.
Universal Wilde Has Transformed Its Business with Production Inkjet
Published: November 30, 2016
Universal Wilde in Massachusetts is the largest direct marketing and book printing company in the state. Its Vice President of Operations and Technology, Jeff McFadden, explains the company's decision to acquire production inkjet about 5 years ago. Today, about 75% of its production ink work being book production with the rest being direct mail. He also shares his thoughts about the value of users groups like thINK.