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This didn't originate as a phrase until the 20th century and means the most up-to-date news. The origin stems from the printing process called "hot metal printing". The Linotype machine (invented 1884) allowed printers to type on a keyboard. [continue "Hot off the press" story"]
We worked with Warwick Manufacturing Group to develop a range of student handbooks for this year's new intake of apprentices. The print runs were tailored to the number of intake students on each course and turned around in super quick time!
Working in collaboration with Graphic Arts we designed and commissioned the new signage for Student Opportunity on main campus. Student Opportunity is an amalgamation of what was Student Careers, Student Skills and the International Office.
We take pride in on brand signage across campus as a way finder for our students and staff alike.
Another example of everyday phrases that come from printing: uppercase and lowercase
When someone was typesetting (laying out all the letters) they would pull out two drawers which were of the same typeface but one drawer, or "case", would be the smaller letters and the other drawer or "case" would be the larger letters. [continue "uppercase" story]