These Differently Designed Memo Pads Were Digitally Printed Using HP Indigo

By: Alyson Wyers - Sep 15, 2014
References: heret.co.il & thedieline
This pad of paper was made using an HP Indigo Digital Press so you can take notes, get organized and keep on trucking. The Heret Memo Pad was designed by Heret Printing in Israel for the upcoming Jewish new year. Based on an algorithm from HP Indigo, the Israeli company was able to print thousands of uniquely designed note pads.

Heret's is the first on Earth to install the HP Indigo 30000 Digital Press. In doing so, they were able to honor their loyal customers with a personalized gift. They explained "Utilizing digital printing, we [were] able to reach offset quality with the additional benefits of personalization, mass customization, and brand protection."

The memo pad is different due to its digital printing technique, but also because of the hot foil, selective UV and embossing.