ARTHR II: Print Harder

Things are proceeding apace in the twin Newspaper Club offices of London and Glasgow. It’s shaping up to be a busy year already, with a sortie of new products and services being planned and built as I type, right this minute.

We released some improvements to our Dashboard pages yesterday, including a sneaky little link to try out the new version of ARTHR. Go on, click it.

ARTHR screenshot

ARTHR II (internal codename: Print Harder) will soon be our main tool, and we’ll be turning off ARTHR I shortly after. Now’s your opportunity to get ahead of the game and let us know what you think.

New features include:

  • Drag things around with your mouse!
  • Style your text with all sorts of headers and formatting and stuff like that!
  • Choose from a number of typefaces and sizes!
  • Superfast performance using our proprietary Expertly Rendered Newspaper Internet Engine (ERNIE)!
  • Automatically pull a webpage into your paper!
  • And much, much, more!

If you’re making a paper in the old version of ARTHR, don’t worry – we’ll give you plenty of notice before turning it off, and all your work will be available to download in a number of handy formats.

Everyone else: go go go!

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Happy New Year

Calendar

We’re all back and ready to print after a nice big Christmas break.

And for the new year, we’ve designed and printed some lovely calendars.These are a big thankyou to anyone who’s printed with us over the past 12 months, and a hello to anyone who plans to print with us over the coming 12 months.

Calendar spreads

The calendar has some of our favourite papers in it from the last year, and a handy guide to colours and text size for your reference. So you can see how things look in print.

Calendar test pages

We have a limited number sitting in a pile in the office, if you’d like one, just drop us an email at support@newspaperclub.com with your address and we’ll pop one in the post to you!

Calendar - March

 

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