The truth is, that I was originally a 'printie' and now I'm a 'webbie', so I understand the perspective difference. The problem is that i'ts easier to remove restrictions (design-wise) than it is to add them. I think that taking a webbie to a printie would be actually easier. Remove all of the current headaches you have with browser compatability and replace them with color matching and the fact that you can make NO correctionss with those items that have been sent to press. (spelling errors could cost you mucho dienero) I'ts a two sided coin - I personally like the freedom of print with the flexibility of the web... but who's picky! ;) Sincerely, Andrea A Belk Creative Director Geonetric Technologies 200 First Avenue NE | Suite 220 Cedar Rapids, Iowa | 52401 [P] 319.221.1667 [F] 319.221.1450 [Toll-Free] 800.589.1171 www.geonetric.com -----Original Message----- From: thelist-admin at lists.evolt.org [mailto:thelist-admin at lists.evolt.org]On Behalf Of matt newell Sent: Tuesday, December 04, 2001 3:47 PM To: thelist at lists.evolt.org Subject: Re: [thelist] Turning Printies into Webbies. (vice versa?) : At 1:22 PM 12/4/1, Andrea Belk wrote: : > I have a project coming up where I have to train a small group : > of print designers (ad agency level experience) on how to 'design : > for the web'. curious what you all might have as book suggestions for people that started out in the digital (only) world and would like to transition to the print world? this has been a subject i've been curious about for a time now and find it interesting how little attention has been payed to it. thoughts? tia, m --------------------------------------- For unsubscribe and other options, including the Tip Harvester and archive of TheList go to: http://lists.evolt.org Workers of the Web, evolt !