Published once a year, the Publishing report presents the results of The Industry Measure’s annual survey of owners and executives of more than 2,500 establishments in the U.S. publishing markets. The markets covered in the Publishing Survey include magazine, book, and catalog publishers of all size classifications. The Publishing Survey provides subscribers with comprehensive, detailed, … [Read more…]
Published once a year, the Internet Design & Development report presents the results of The Industry Measure’s annual survey of owners and executives of more than 2,500 establishments in the U.S. Internet design markets. The markets covered in the Internet Design & Development Survey include PR, advertising, and interactive agencies; Web designers and developers; Web … [Read more…]
The Industry Measure (formally TrendWatch Graphic Arts) offers a variety of market research products and services to help you analyze the marketplace and make smart decisions for your business. These reports are broken down into a variety of industries and report sizes to suit your needs.
Anyway, finishing up on the thread I started earlier, Dr. Webb’s “The Graphic Arts in the Year 2017″ continued thusly. The content creation markets (designers and ad agencies) will continue to grow–although more companies will take more advantage of freelancers than W-2 employees. The great strides in computing technology (Macs, Adobe Photoshop, etc.) that have … [Read more…]
The past year or so has seen a renewed interest in so-called “green” issues, as the environment begins to take center stage. I have been saying for years that environmentally friendly technologies and products could very well be a key to economic growth and provide new business opportunities, but it’s good to see that I … [Read more…]
This week, Newsweek has a cover story on the new Amazon Kindle electronic book reader, as well as the future of reading, e-reading, and books (it’s a light, frothy article, as you would expect). The Kindle is an e-book that, like the latest crop of e-books such as the Sony Reader, is based on E-Ink’s electrophoretic … [Read more…]