Electronic Magazine – September, 2014, v13#9: Design Thursday, Sep 4 2014 

Is your vision for your project not fully developed yet?

Consider looking over packages to decide what choices you may wish to make? GCI now offers several packages for hard cover, soft cover, and electronic in varying quantities. GCI packages are all fully customizable but contain popular options to get you started.

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Business and Calling Card new information and sample pricing available Thursday, Jun 20 2013 

Visit our new website information page at http://www.gregathcompany.com/service/cards/businesscalling.html, including sample pricing, for business and calling cards.

New binding sample photos on website Wednesday, Mar 18 2009 

We’ve been at it with the camera again: You’ll find new photos of color hardcovered books at www.gregathcompany.com/hb/color.

New Book Design Examples Available Friday, Mar 13 2009 

New examples of book design have been posted in photos, documents, fonts and maps.

October 2002, V1#2: Book Design Wednesday, Dec 24 2008 

If you are self-publishing (or vanity publishing) also sometimes known as desktop publishing, you may be keeping an eye on the bottom line.  Our company is always in search of the way to produce a great book while keeping costs down.  Because of this, when deciding on what size (finished dimensions – 6×9″, etc.) you may want to take into consideration how much information can fit on a page at what cost.  An example is that with our company a book that is 6×9″ and one that is 8½x11″ cost the same to produce, but the author can get much more text on the larger book page.  One argument is that the smaller book can have smaller margins, however when one diminishes the margins it disturbs the smoothness of the book.  White space is important to book design.  Additionally, almost every printer has some specification as to what margins he or she need and/or suggest.