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I thought that headline might get your attention. Don’t get me wrong; I love to look at print design, but I much prefer working on the digital side of things. Mostly that’s because designing for print sometimes leaves me feeling trapped creating static, even passive, layouts. Digital design, on the other hand, feels like...