Today, we kick off the first day of our “18 Days of Color” campaign to coincide with our participation in the Social Madness contest. As we explained in yesterday’s post, our social media success is being measured between June 1 and June 18 by our Twitter follows, Facebook likes, LinkedIn Connections and votes on the […]
Last week, we were excited to find out that we would be participating in the American City Business Journals’ Social Madness contest. Initially, we will be competing with other companies in southeastern Wisconsin with fewer than 100 employees. The first round of the contest begins June 1 and ends on June 18. How it works […]
Sometimes the easiest way to explain how or why a process works is to show it visually. Today, we are sharing why color verification is important in your printing and process control system.
About a week ago, I needed to replace some of my personal upkeep products; namely a hair dryer, a nail file, some eye shadow and a hairbrush. When I was making my purchases, I really didn’t think much about my choices. I am usually a quick and efficient shopper; not liking to spend much time […]
This piece was posted on JimRaffel.com on Jan. 23, 2007. You can view the original here. It has been re-purposed for this site. One of our goals is to prove to customers that their proofs meet the desired standard of quality. In other words, we strive to verify proof quality. In January, we discussed using […]
This review first appeared on JimRaffel.com on March 9, 2012. It has been repurposed for this blog. To read the original, please click here. Awhile back, our CEO Jim Raffel saw a post by Jeff Jarvis on Google+ announcing the release of his Kindle single “Gutenberg The Geek” (Amazon affiliate link via JimRaffel.com). At ColorMetrix, […]