A California bill to ban paper receipts is making its way through the state’s legislature, but it’s based on common misperceptions about thermal paper. Find out what this bill would mean for consumers and businesses.
The Formid Seat is a unique chair made from Cougar paper and mining slag. It provides haptic feedback to users to encourage movement. Learn how a collaboration with Domtar made this paper seat a reality.
Looking for a synthetic paper for tough applications in the medical, military, restaurant and other demanding fields? Try Xerox Revolution NeverTear. It’s resistant to water, chemicals and grease, and it doesn‘t tear. Learn more.
A bullet journal offers a unique, nondigital way to write notes, create lists, manage events and more. Find out how the bullet journal trend works and how you can make one by putting pen to paper.
The total solar eclipse on August 21, 2017, is the first total eclipse visible in North America in a century. You can protect your eyes from radiation by using paper eclipse glasses. Learn more.
Known for its distinctive blend of bold colors, eye-catching imagery and hand-carved type, Hatch Show Print, which opened in 1879, helped shape early advertising design through posters for entertainers.
More companies are pushing paperless communications options, claiming that going paper-free is more sustainable. But such claims are often inaccurate and misleading, and, in fact, consumers tend to prefer paper over digital options.
With the new year comes new appointment books, paper planners and calendars. But in this digital age, these items haven’t gone the way of the dinosaur. They’ve not only survived; they‘ve thrived, and here’s why.