Many states have returned to paper ballots as a more secure way to count votes. In an election year marked by a global pandemic, will mail-in ballots be the next step in election safety?
Are you suffering from Zoom fatigue? You aren’t alone. Digital overload is causing many people to return to print. Increased sales of printed books, educational activities and greeting cards are this year’s biggest paper trends.
A notarized signature on paper is still the norm when it comes to legal documents. Learn more about how a notary public helps prevent fraud — and why paper trumps pixels for life’s important moments.
What makes paper valuable? That depends on whom you ask. But these valuable papers, which sold for huge sums at auction, offer a precious link to history — and have an interesting tale to tell.
Diaper need is on the rise in the United States. Find out why families are struggling to get diapers during the pandemic, and learn how Domtar is helping its nonprofit partners fill the gap.
Feeling bogged down by excessive screen time and competing work, home and school priorities during self-isolation? These paper-based solutions might be just what you need to boost productivity and banish boredom.
We may be living in a digital world, but print marketing is still appealing — especially with millennials and younger adults. Find out why brands continue to use and succeed with the power of print.
Did you know that writing about your emotions can be good for your health? Expressive writing offers many physical and mental benefits. Learn how journaling can reduce anxiety, depression, stress and more.
As a next step in our sustainability journey, we’re exploring blockchain technology. Find out what it is and how this innovative technology can help improve sustainability reporting and supply chain transparency.
For many people, a new year means a new printed planner. Why are paper planners still popular when digital options abound? We asked people why they prefer paper over pixels when it comes to planning.