About Digital Dots

Digital Dots is an independent graphic arts research company established in 1999. The company provides exclusive market research, testing and evaluation services for prepress and publishing applications.

Digital Dots also publishes Spindrift, the industry’s only independent, subscriber supported website for the graphic arts, printing and publishing industries.

Digital Dots is a founder of the Verdigris environmental initiative designed to raise knowledge and awareness levels within the printing industry.

We at Digital Dots advocate working according to standards in publishing and print media production workflows. Standards have been proven to reduce costs and waste, while enhancing quality. Properly implemented, they can also help and improve overall business performance. Shorter time to market is especially important for brand owners, but actually it’s important for any print buyer. It’s all about control over processes, time, costs and profitability.

We can assist in gap analysis, process auditing and training. Whilst we are often asked to speak at conferences and seminars on these topics, we can also provide bespoke training and implementation projects.

If you would like more information on any of our services, please feel free to get in touch, or visit our website.

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The Verdigris Project investigates the environmental impact of print media and provides information about sustainability initiatives for the international printing community. Keep up to date with the weekly Verdigris blog by Laurel Brunner.