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Humans are designed to touch and feel: the 50th Annual GDUSA Print Survey

GDUSA website

The usually question-heavy Graphic Design USA (GDUSA) annual print survey was surprisingly light this year. Gordon Kaye covers the survey in GDUSA’s May/June edition, with short descriptions of the results after each question, and his own musings thrown in. If you’re a designer, printer, or any way involved with print – if you still buy books, magazines, and anything in a package, you are! – this survey is definitely worth the read. We’ll link to each question and throw their infographics up here to make it even more convenient. Continue reading