A continuation of my posts* on self-publishing your oracle deck through US-based print on demand manufacturer The Gamecrafter. Earlier, in this post, I noted that “you can sell a deck of cards without any documentation. […]
There are many reasons why a printed piece doesn’t match what your monitor displayed. Some are variations in your monitor; brightness setting and color calibration. Others are differences in the printing process; the inks, the […]
Part 3: Once your offer enters ‘premium pricing’ it’s easier for a potential buyer to accept upgrades. A corollary is that once someone’s paying a premium price, any failings or short comings (and their perception is reality) are magnified. […]
Many designers use crowd funding to publish their decks, often successfully. However, that process has limitations & requirements that may not work for every designer. I’d like to introduce deck creators to The Gamecrafter. […]
My ‘gender (whatever)’™ logotype design is no longer available through Spoonflower.
Some thoughts on the state of the pod-world today. This started out as a response to the question “why?” asked in the PODforYou Forums about recent changes at CafePress.com and Zazzle.com but is a bit […]