Think before you ink
Though Studio-e has made light of the current long-term financial tsunami in an attempt to ease some of the stress, we know that our clients are hurting right now. Times are tough, budgets have been tightened, and the way we market—to clients, students, parents, donors—has to change.
- How to decide if a printed piece should be converted to web
- Using photocopiers more than printers: cost efficient and better for the environment
- Consolidating the number of printers you use to get the best prices
- Examples of wasteful campus print practices, as well as solutions
Many colleges and universities are taking heed. For example, Harvard has stopped printing its course catalogs and faculty and student handbooks, moving them to the web. According to The Chronicle of Higher Education, this move will save them tens of thousands of dollars.
If you’re looking to cut costs—and really, who isn’t right now?—this site may help.