Are Website Popups Good or Bad?

To Click Or to Close, That Is the Question When asked this question, it’s hard …

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The Re-emergence of Flat Design

Flat design is a style of interface design emphasizing minimum use of stylistic elements that …

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Type Foundry of the Month: Sawdust

  Two men in London, Jonathan Quainton and Rob Gonzalez, came together to create the …

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Email Automation: How to Get Started

The point of automation is to take work off your plate, so you can focus …

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A Remix of Papercut Blog Classics

This week, we combed through our collection to retrieve posts that have stood the test of time. Skim …

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Type Foundry of the Month: Klim

New Zealand, while not being well known in the type game, has found promise in …

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What’s in a (Domain) Name?

At the beginning of projects, we often get questions about how to choose a domain …

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Christmas Break Was Good To Us

Every year, Papercut closes for the last week of the year so staff can relax and …

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Type Foundry of the Month: Positype

Positype: A positively decadent foundry for the holiday season I figured it would be fitting …

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So Your Website Needs to Be Multilingual?

Papercut’s Guide to Translating Your Digital Marketing If multinational business is important to your bottom …

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