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  • Avoid Death: Wacky warning labels

    Avoid Death: Wacky warning labels

    Jack Kenny || March 13, 2017
    Product warning labels still entertain; liability awards still rise.

  • Who’s your marketing expert?

    Who’s your marketing expert?

    Jack Kenny || November 14, 2016
    The most recent Front Row column addressed the usefulness and basic how-to of branding, of developing a corporate personality and a brand strategy for your business. In this issue, we’ll delve into the job description of a person whose main obj…

  • What’s your brand?

    What’s your brand?

    Jack Kenny || October 14, 2016
    Every day, all day, press operators look at the labels go by, rewind people look at the labels go by. Supervisors examine the labels during the runs, and sales people and executives spread them out on tables to view the fine work that will go out to…

  • Design and redesign

    Design and redesign

    Jack Kenny || September 7, 2016
    The label converter can be a good resource for packaging improvement.

  • Forecasts for 2016

    Jack Kenny || January 25, 2016
    Think back to the year 2000. Now ask yourself if you ever in the slightest foresaw the communications leaps that occurred in our society between then and now. Sixteen years, and look where we are now. The changes in telecom and digital technology are…

  • A performance in many acts

    Jack Kenny || July 21, 2015
    Digital print: self-resurrecting and magical

  • Cannabis labels

    Jack Kenny || January 24, 2014
    Pain and pleasure, pleasure and pain. Enhance the one, subdue the other. One plant has the power to do both. Hundreds of thousands are in prisons today for possessing that one plant. In the United States over the past few years, 20 states have decide…

  • Workplace ethics

    Jack Kenny || January 23, 2013
    Most people don’t understand anything about journalism, about a journalist’s life and the daily challenges. Sometimes they misunderstand. A few years ago I stopped to chat with a neighbor who was painting his house. He’s a local pol…