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Differences Between Print Design and Web Design
Print is not dead

Print design is a graphic design—creative process of producing a visual communication and presentation that is performed in order to convey a specific message or messages to a targeted audience–purposely made for printing.

The most common types print design finish products are brochure, outdoor banner, vinyl wrap, business card, flyers, product labels and packaging. Printing on the other hand is a process of producing a hard copy of the graphic design and other documents. It has been rumoured that printed materials may lost its importance in the world of marketing in the coming years because of the fast moving digital technology but perhaps it would take decades and centuries to make it happen.

Print can stun the reader with high-impact visualisation, but the online medium ultimately wins because of the user engagement that is made possible by non-static design elements. The Web can show moving images under user control and it can allow the user to manipulate interactive widgets. In the future, it will also be possible to use alpha-channel blending and overlay multiple layers of information.

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