Merrick Graphics' designers work directly with internet programmers, scanner operators, pre-press personnel and press room staff. They work on both Mac and PC platforms. This versatility allows the client all the latitude to produce projects from website through print materials and work with only one visual concept and content.
Here you can see Merrick Graphics' short history.
Two New Web-Based Products Was Released in 2003
"We have produced two new products that are both client side functional. The first is a client side Broadcast Email system. A client who can use Word can send broadcast emails to lists that they build and maintain themselves. The emails can contain text, headlines, images, etc. We supply a template with a header and footer that mirror their current web site. The client drops in their information and images and sends the emails as many times as they wish. The clients who are using this new system are reporting great success and in some cases producing immediate results.
The Second new product is an on line calculator that the client can configure to fit the needs of there viewers. This is a great benefit for financial institutions that need to let their customers calculate payments based on variable data."
Merrick Graphics will have a display booth at the 2001 "Know Show" held at the Cleveland Convention Center.
March 11, 2001 (Akron Beacon Journal) - Akron Man Named to Head Merrick Graphics
Wadsworth-based graphic arts production and communications company Merrick Graphics has named Jeff Curtis as president. The Akron resident brings 25 years of senior executive industry experience, managing sales, marketing and business operations.
February 18, 2004 (Akron Beacon Journal) - Steve Merrick New CEO at Merrick Graphics
Merrick Graphics Inc. of Wadsworth named Steve Merrick chief executive officer of the graphic arts production and communications company. Merrick is a recent winner of the Akron Club of Printing House Craftsmen's "Graphic Arts Man of the Year Award" for 2001, and has extensive senior executive experience in the industry.
January 15, 2005 (Akron Beacon Journal) - Printing Club Crafts a Good Time.
The Party: More than 200 people mingled, dined, and danced Saturday evening at the Akron Hilton at Quaker Square to pay tribute to the printing industry at the Ben Franklin Ball.
Gary Gardiner, president of the Akron Club of Printing House Craftsmen, said the ball has been an annual event for more than 30 years to raise money for the club's scholarship fund.
Craftsmen and cuisine: Guests dined on filet mignon and baked salmon as they tried to guess who would win the Premier Craftsmen Award. Gardiner said the award is given to a club member who has been active in local, district and international activities.
The surprised winner was Steven Merrick of Merrick Graphics. Merrick also is second vice president of the Akron Club of Printing House Craftsmen.
"To get that award puts you at the pinnacle of your career," Merrick said. "You can't ask for much more than that."
Merrick Graphics company also picked up one of the evening's 32 gold awards, making it eligible to move on to international judging.
Turning it up a notch: When the plates were cleared and the honors were given out, guests danced to the music of Roland R. Paolucci.
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