|Until the early 15th century, relief printing--later called letterpress--was strictly a hand process. Johann Gutenberg constructed the first wooden press in 1438. Raised type was inked by hand, dampened paper was placed on top, and pressure was applied via handle and wooden screw across a platen to make an impression ... principles Gutenberg had copied from the Rheingau wine presses.||
Our project management personnel orchestrate the tasks of the team members assigned to multi-faceted projects, so that the many components of a complex job--writing/editing, design, photography, illustration, pre-press production and printing, for instance--are integrated seamlessly. We customize each work plan. We focus on the needs and desires of our client. We deliver, surpassing expectations.
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