Laurel Brunner: who is interested in product categories rules for printing?

The Product Category Rules for Printers and Publishers (EPD) does not get a lot of interest from our industry. Laurel Brunner writes on her Verdigris blog about what this really entails and that it is more interesting that you would think. For example, by using two EPDs it would be possible to prove that the environmental impact of an offset printed book is lower than that of a digitally printed book or ebook.

Read Laurel´s blog about this matter via this link to our articles page. This page has all Verdigris blogs, PRstories, the Wild Format Series and other read-worthy long reads.

Laurel Brunner: who is interested in product categories rules for printing?

Read Laurel´s blog about this matter via this link to our articles page

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Rob van den Braak

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