Archive for July 22, 2013
With over 112 billion dollars of printing done every year in the United States, the question of offset printing vs digital printing is still debated today. With offset printing producing a low maintenance form of sharp, clean images and type for brochures, books, newspapers, and magazines, it was the most popular way to print commercially in the 1950s. However, the rise of digital printing solutions has made printing easier for desktop publishing in a world dominated by computers. Depending on what is being printed, one form may be more appropriate than the other.
Offset printing is still relevant in society because 51 percent of Americans say they still enjoy reading. This type of printing