Enfocus Managing Director, Wim Fransen chats with Podcast host and industry commentator, Deborah Corn, about the future of print and some of the interesting changes Enfocus is witnessing in the market.
If you’re new to the printing industry and have a keen eye for detail, you’re probably wondering what those little color bars and bullseye symbols in newspapers are for. And if you’re interested in logo design, chances are you can’t help but ask yourself why the Enfocus logo looks a bit like those bullseye symbols (or like the BMW logo, if you’re a car fanatic). In this article we explain all about old-skool preflighting, and you’ll find out why the Enfocus logo looks the way it does (spoiler alert: it has absolutely nothing to do with cars).
When VHS made its way to the home video industry in the early 1990s, everyone was in awe. The same thing happened when Adobe introduced PDF to the world only a few years later. But while VHS soon found itself replaced with DVD, followed by Blu-ray and live streaming, PDF is still around after almost a quarter of a century. Will this popular file format still be considered just as awesome another 25 years from now? We have five reasons to be confident that the answer is yes!