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Roger H. Siminoff

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Roger H. Siminoff has enjoyed more than four decades in graphics, prepress, print production, photomechanical technologies, publishing, color management, and marketing. Born in New Jersey, Siminoff grew up working in a family lithography business, taking on management responsibilities while still in high school. In 1962, Siminoff founded Universal Graphics Corporation (Denville, NJ) and grew its divisions, Dimension Studios, Colonial Press, ColorLab, and Padula, Simpson & Miller Advertising, into a comprehensive graphic arts, advertising, marketing, and communications facility. Educated as an industrial designer at Parsons School of Design (NYC), Siminoff holds several U.S. and foreign patents. He has designed numerous devices for the graphic arts industry including imaging and press technologies. Siminoff has held key marketing and technology positions at North American Publishing, GPI Publications, CYMaK Technologies, Digital F/X, Radius, Inc., and Silicon Graphics. Most recently, Siminoff was Apple Computer’s senior. marketing manager of professional graphics products, he steered the positioning of the Macintosh computer into the graphic arts and communications markets. Further to his credentials, Siminoff serves as a part-time Research Professor at California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly), San Luis Obispo, CA where he teaches a senior-level class in “Emerging Digital Technologies.”

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