book reader

Print trumps audio and video for learning

Naomi S. Baron is a Professor of Linguistics at the American University in Washington. She has written numerous books about learning and reading, her latest is called How We Read Now. In it she examines the differences between reading from […]

Do students lose depth in digital reading?

Naomi S. Baron, American University Do students learn as much when they read digitally as they do in print? For both parents and teachers, knowing whether computer-based media are improving or compromising education is a question of concern. With the […]

Read books and sleep better

The mattress review site Sleep Junkie recently published a survey about bedtime reading habits and sleeping patterns. They surveyed over 2,000 people in the US and analysed answers from 1,000 respondents who either read frequently before falling asleep or not. […]

Do you see what I see?

Colour is a subjective perception that varies between light conditions, context and most of all: people. Colour is all around us, it affects our feelings, signals danger and highlights important things. Often a rough description is sufficient: Water is blue, […]

Print on Demand

SOS in times of Covid-19

We are operating. Our production, warehouse and distribution in Alexandria are open. Shifts in our factory and warehouse are separated and follow strict hygiene recommendations. Our office based employees from administration, IT, sales and customer service are working from home […]

Green Square Library in Sydney

The renaissance of public libraries

The award winning Green Square underground library is one shining example of a new generation of libraries, built as community centres and multi-functional spaces for study, work and leisure. In the past libraries were quiet places, ruled by nerdy librarians, […]

Setting the Scene for Retailtainment

If you need to set a scene, a printed backdrop can change your space quickly and effectively. This can be instore, in a window or even outdoors. (Recently Zoom backgrounds are quite popular) Below an example with a car in […]

Direct Mail Stands Out

In some marketing departments, Printed Direct Mail hasn’t got the best reputation: it is old school mass production, environmentally unsound, too hard to measure results, in short: junk mail. But that’s not necessarily a realistic perception. Many studies show how the impact of […]

Custom Bar Tables for $199

Custom made furniture does not have to be expensive! With our large format inkjets we are able to print on almost any material: wood, glas, metal, plastics and, of course, boards. Xboard is a natural fibre based composite board consisting […]

Putting it together

Custom puzzles starting at $39 Whether it’s for a corporate event or a birthday, nothing shows the impact of bringing parts together to make a whole better than puzzles. We can produce puzzles at different difficulty grades with your photo […]

SOS joins the AAB Group – press release

AAB Holdings expand growth in NSW through acquisition of SOS Print + Media Group. AAB Holdings Pty Ltd, parent company of Pegasus Print Group, AB Warehouse & Logistics and F&M Supplies has today announced it has acquired SOS Print + […]

print provider

What to look for in a print provider

The role of print in information distribution and marketing has diminished quite a bit in the last couple of decades. But print is still relevant and fit for many purposes and with businesses moving towards on demand and just in […]