Careers in Desktop Publishing

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  • Can You Still Make It in Desktop Publishing?

    Can you still make a career in desktop publishing? Maybe not if you expect to churn out the letterhead, logos, and the traditional four-color, glossy-paged brochures that used to be the meat and potatoes of the local printing shop. But as some doors...
    By Linda Richter November 25, 2011 

  • Are Desktop Publishing Careers Destined to Die a Slow but Certain Death?

    The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) forecasts desktop publishing jobs to “decline rapidly” in the near future. Is this industry on its way out or is it possible to find lucrative work as a desktop publisher -- with a few creative...
    By Sylvia Cochran October 24, 2011 

  • How Technology Has Influenced Graphic Design

    As technology continues to change at a mind-blowing pace, we shouldn't be surprised that graphic design evolves right along with it. Here we'll take a look at what influences technology has had on graphic design, as well as view a few examples...
    By Amber Neely July 14, 2011 


  • Setting Up and Running a Successful CafePress Shop

    Do you have a knack for creating imaginative digital images? Are you looking for a start-up business with a minimal investment? Maybe a CafePress Shop is the right business for you. I've researched how to make lots of money with a CafePress...
    By Marjory Pilley June 29, 2011 

  • 10 Tips for Creating an Awesome Graphic Designer Portfolio

    Having a well thought out and organized portfolio is one of the most important things you can do if you are a graphic designer. Not only does a portfolio showcase your work, it also showcases your creativity and knowledge. Here are some tips to help you...
    By Amber Neely June 27, 2011 

  • How to Make a Living in Digital Graphic Design

    If digital graphic design is where you are headed with your career, prepare yourself for a high demand market in design. Digital graphic design is primarily about visual communication and problem solving with that communication.
    By Avionne Akanbi June 27, 2011 


  • Where the DTP Jobs Are In 2009

    Thanks to cuts in the New York publishing industry, no single area stands out as a hotbed for successful desktop publishing professionals. However, three factors indicate a strong new year is in store for DTP experts who remain flexible and creative through...
    By Joe Taylor Jr. June 27, 2011 

  • Desktop Publishing Training - The Best Places to Get Help

    Desktop publishing training lets you fully exploit your creative abilities by creating brilliant visual displays of information and ideas, with the help of computers and software. Getting the best online training in DTP will require...
    By Regina Woodard June 24, 2011 

  • Pricing a Desktop Publishing Project

    Many desktop publishers find setting a price for a project harder than actually doing the project. Keeping a few key points in mind makes the process of pricing jobs for youa whole lot easier.
    By Finn Orfano June 24, 2011 

  • Getting Certified as a Desktop Publisher with Adobe, Microsoft Publisher, and QuarkXpress

    Information Technology has advanced at a rapid pace and has given us some great DTP tools with excellent creative touch. To standardize such creative aspects of technology, several IT Certification courses are now available for those who want to go into...
    By DeborahWoehr June 24, 2011 
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