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CQ's beginner guide to 3D printing

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Options for creating your own personalised wall designs are constantly increasing with more digital print options coming out all of the time. Here are some options and tips to choose from.

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Print and Augmented Reality have really started to take off on mobile platforms this year. Here are three AR apps that are well worth a try.

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Stories of interactive print campaigns are popping up far more frequently now, but this one really stands out. Using a combination of relevant direct mail, interactive print and mobile marketing, Kontor Records campaign proved incredibly popular. Click through to find out more.

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Here are two helpful apps for anyone needing to create a draft design before visiting their designer. 

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Here’s a cool little idea, it’s an iPad stand that’s simple to make from any corrugated cardboard box (especially a CQ box)!

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Following on from our article A beginners guide to QR Codes, there are a number of new tools available that continue to bridge the growing connection between physical print, places and objects and the digital world.

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We often get asked about QR Codes, as many people are still unsure how to make or use them. Here is information on frequently asked questions that may be of help to you.

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According to marketing firm Epsilon Targeting’s U.S. Consumer Channel Preference Study, direct mail continues to deliver as consumer’s preferred means of receiving marketing messages from brands.

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Ever since the smartphone era began, companies have looked for ways to quickly get information from the offline product world onto the phone. Barcode scanning is a popular approach while QR codes and proprietary tags, such as those from Microsoft, are other solutions. These all require cameras and specifically printed codes.

But what if we could use what looks like standard ink, and "touch" it against the screens of our phones?
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