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Is your paper overweight?

This week I wanted to take a brief second… OK minute or two and discuss paper weight and what I see as a growing trend. It seems that as more and more people want print, they all want heavier and heavier stocks. Ok I get it; you want the folder or postcard to stand out amongst the crowd. That makes sense to me. But ask yourself one question. Is having a heavier paper weight always the way to go? It seems the more I talk with people in the print industry about standards for certain projects, I…See More
Mar 6, 2013
Corey Berkers posted a blog post

That's it!! Thats how your print design should look!

So you have made a master piece that you want to print as a poster, folder, direct mail piece, etc. Do you think you have created it properly?Continued hereSee More
Jan 11, 2013
Corey Berkers posted a blog post

Yes your print design is still wrong.

Hey Ladies and gents, boys and girls, children of all ages! Last time we talked, (well I wrote and you read) we were discussing why your print design was wrong. We talked about setting up colors, what aqueous coatings are used for and what a proper bleed is. If you haven’t read that yet then this won’t make much sense, but lucky for you, you can read it here.Now that we are all caught…See More
Dec 28, 2012
Corey Berkers posted a blog post

Why Your Print Design is Wrong

In This Blog series I want to talk about job set up. What you need, how it should look and then what to expect as an outcome. I have talked about parts of this before. If you haven’t read my blog on Aqueous coating or on color you should do that now. It’s all…See More
Dec 7, 2012
Corey Berkers posted a status
"Just updated my blog, check it out and let me know what you think. www.zumoprint.com/blog/printjourney"
Nov 12, 2012
Corey Berkers posted a blog post

The Beginning of One Mans Print Journey.

This post I wanted to introduce myself, I wanted to let you know how I got my start in print. So first things first, let’s start with names. My name is Corey Berkers and I love print. Now I’ll let you in on a little secret. I wasn’t always in love with print, that’s also not entirely true. I have always had a knack for drawing and like to design. Matter of fact I love to design, a good design can make a person stop and think, can make them take action, and can make them emotional. My thought is…See More
Nov 12, 2012
Corey Berkers replied to Renee M. Berger's discussion How's Social Media Working for Your Company?
Aug 27, 2012
Corey Berkers replied to Oliver Gagnon's discussion Offset and Digital Printers
"I will email you something shortly. Thanks, corey."
Aug 16, 2012
Corey Berkers replied to Renee M. Berger's discussion Looking for some GREAT Blog samples. Can you help?
"Hi John, That is a great idea. Thanks for the info. You always have great information! Thanks, Corey"
Aug 13, 2012
Corey Berkers replied to Renee M. Berger's discussion Looking for some GREAT Blog samples. Can you help?
"Hi Renee, We just started a blog over at www.zumoprint.com/blog Let me know what you think of it. Its just a simple blog right now but will get better as time goes on. Look forward to your thoughts. If you have any suggested topics those are always…"
Aug 9, 2012
Corey Berkers replied to Kevin Miller's discussion Print Buyers
"Rob, I agree with your comment about the pricing. I also signed up for the site. Its a neat idea though it is flawed. In an industry where everyone wants expert quality and the best of everything but are not willing to pay for it, this site does not…"
Jul 30, 2012
Corey Berkers replied to John Kublank's discussion 2013 Calendars
"i personally haven't had any orders. A lot of inquiries and pricing. That's just me i can't speak for everyone in our shop though. How about your self?"
Jul 30, 2012
Corey Berkers posted a status
"Aqueous.... A misunderstood coating. http://ow.ly/cnEjS What do you think? Leave a comment in the comments section."
Jul 23, 2012
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Jul 9, 2012
Corey Berkers posted a status
"I have a brand new Blog coming out on www.zumoprint.com this Friday. Check it out and let me know your thoughts. Thanks!!"
Jul 3, 2012
Corey Berkers posted a status
"Zumoprint Blog is now live. Check it out! http://ning.it/O62GZQ"
Jun 22, 2012

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Current Company
JP graphics
Current Position/Job Title
ZumoPrint Representative
Primary Business Type
Commercial Printer, Promotional Products Distributor
My Website
www.zumoprint.com

Corey Berkers's Blog

Is your paper overweight?

This week I wanted to take a brief second… OK minute or two and discuss paper weight and what I see as a growing trend. It seems that as more and more people want print, they all want heavier and heavier stocks. Ok I get it; you want the folder or postcard to stand out amongst the crowd. That makes sense to me. But ask yourself one question. Is having a heavier paper weight always the way to go? It seems the more I talk with people in the print industry about standards for certain…

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Posted on March 6, 2013 at 10:37am

One fold, Two fold, Tri-fold

Folding is a big part of our industry. It is found in many facets and projects in the printing industry. It doesn’t matter whether it is a folder, brochure, mailing piece, or any other sort of printed product. Print can fold in many numerous ways. With the help of an info graphic I found via Foldfactory.com, I wanted to show you just how many different folds there are. I also wanted to talk about the sheer number of possibilities there are when it comes to creative…

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Posted on January 29, 2013 at 12:14pm

That's it!! Thats how your print design should look!

So you have made a master piece that you want to print as a poster, folder, direct mail piece, etc. Do you think you have created it properly?

Continued here

Posted on January 11, 2013 at 5:20pm

Yes your print design is still wrong.

Hey Ladies and gents, boys and girls, children of all ages! Last time we talked, (well I wrote and you read) we were discussing why your print design was wrong. We talked about setting up colors, what aqueous coatings are used for and what a proper bleed is. If you haven’t read that yet then this won’t make much sense, but lucky for you, you can read it here.Now…

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Posted on December 28, 2012 at 1:15pm

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