We used both digital and offset printing to produce this identity package for law firm Jordan Ramis. Can you tell which is which?

2 Responses to “Jordan Ramis stationery”

  1. KathyO

    This is hard to tell, but what I’m wondering is why you would use both digital and offset if you already have the ink and plates set up, why wouldn’t you just run the entire project on offset? Or was it just a trial?

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    • tylerincmyk

      Hi Kathy,

      Thanks for your question. Some items were printed offset and some digital, not the two combined (at least on this project). The quantity of some of the items dictated the digital printing process. I was attempting to illustrate the color matching between the processes. At any rate, we do combine processes quite often for versioning and/or personalization. Cheers!

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