Print Design Australia news

Thanks Sam!

December is well beyond our busiest time at Print Design Australia. It seems every year we get busier and busier, with the school yearbooks piling up around us and vinyl banners as far as the eye can see, there’s no surprises that our staff were looking forward to the christmas break. In addition to all...

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A Ford Farewell

Every now and then a project arises that serves to underpin the core reasons we all do what we do, why we work hard to keep our respective businesses healthy to create stable work environments, not just for ourselves but for our employees. The wonderful Phil Nitchie from Nitch Photography was gracious enough to come...

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A commitment to continued community involvement through print services.

Oftentimes the best way to help people out is by keeping it simple and doing what you do best. Here at Print Design Australia we’re lucky to be surrounded by people who strive to do well for the community by dedicating their time to a various array of important causes. Through the business and our...

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PDA heads to Germany for new technology to improve school printing services.

The month of June saw Print Design Australia’s management team take an international trip to the largest printing conference in the world located in Dusseldorf, Germany. Our intention was to look for new technology to improve the ways in which we can facilitate clients utilising the production capabilities available to our factory, thereby increasing the...

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PDA invests to improve its Education Print Services.

As they so often say, out with the old, in with the new and that’s exactly what we’ve done here at Print Design Australia. It has been a fantastic run, but it is now time to say goodbye to our faithful old press and upgrade to a shiny new one. Welcome the new Ryobi 750,...

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Geelong Commercial Printer Sponsors Theatre Show

  During our time as a commercial printer in Geelong we have had numerous social and community involvements but no commitment has been as long standing as the one we have with the Geelong Performing Arts Centre. The sponsorship of Shake and Stirs “Wuthering Heights” brings about our 8th year of sponsorship involvement with the...

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Graphic design for schools sets the brand

Schools have a tough gig these days convincing parents to want to send their kids through their gates to get an education. That’s because there’s more to it than just the quality of education on offer. Schools also have to sell their brand, making themselves reputable and identifiable to the public. This makes graphic design...

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