Do you find yourself making New Year’s resolutions each year only to break them within days or a few months? You have a lot of company. Keep your goals top-of mind by putting them up on your wall as a MagCloud-printed poster.
We made a few updates to the MagCloud iPad application in 2012, including support for hyperlinks and the ability to share publications with friends via Facebook, Twitter or Email from inside the app. Check out our new video to see the features of the updated app in action.
‘Tis the season for holiday cards and newsletters, and MagCloud is here to help! MagCloud’s print-on-demand capabilities offer a great way to produce personalized holiday communications on an affordable budget.
If you’ve been wanting to put together a calendar for client gifts or to promote your business, then stop procrastinating and get to it!
No sooner did Jennifer Koskinen begin using MagCloud to showcase her architectural photography work than she found herself designing MagCloud magazines for her clients, too – quickly parlaying her architectural firm into a photography and graphic design boutique. In fact, MagCloud was a source of inspiration for transforming her architectural skills into graphic design skills. […]
Toronto-based graphic designer Alyssa Yuhas specializes in branding and online design for a variety of clients across North America. But she’s never forgotten her longtime love for print magazines and the thought of working for one. When she discovered MagCloud, she realized right away that she could publish a magazine of her own. So in […]
You don’t often find an expert in economics spending the day sketching designs for children’s rompers, tiny T-shirts and extra-small sweaters, but for Paul Lips, it’s a dream come true.
When Tour de France superstar Lance Armstrong’s foundation needed someone to create and publish his LIVESTRONG Quarterly magazine, it turned to magazine publishing expert Margot Sandenbergh.
Simplicity, color and humor. These are the keys to the powerfully graphic images that James Worrell’s clients depend on to tell their stories and sell their products. When it comes to promoting his work to new clients and keeping connected with previous ones, the New York City-based editorial and advertising photographer uses those same concepts to stand apart from his competitors.
It might take a bit of magic, she says, to combine fine craftsmanship, quality materials and contemporary style with the needs of an increasingly green world. Yet Palu remains committed to environmental responsibility in all aspects of its business.