Bigorangeplanet | CMYK vs RGB
Print jargon explained in the world of RGB and CMYK- tech terms used by designers and printers.



Santa’s Grotto Facts and Figures

18 Dec 2013, Posted by Ally in Infographics, Memes, Uncategorized

While the corporate and small business worlds remain keenly aware of the working conditions and opinions of their employees and contractors, what about the magical world? We talked to Santa Claus himself and conducted a major elf survey along with numerous one-on-one interviews of working…

RGB vs CMYK explained.

28 Oct 2013, Posted by sarah in Business, Industry News, Print

    As designers, we all use two color ranges (or “gamuts”), interchangeably and constantly in daily life; the print ready CMYK gamut and the digital perfect RGB The problem is there is a disparity in “identical colors” when viewed through either of these two…

Snakes & Ladders of Web Design

20 Oct 2013, Posted by Ally in Business, Cool Stuff, Industry News

We created this infographic recently to illustrate the overall web design process in a light-hearted fashion. While not intended as a serious view of how the process unfolds, certainly it displays the overall types of ups and downs that can be experienced. The infographic itself…

SEO in the Post Panda and Penguin Era

03 Sep 2013, Posted by Ally in Business, Industry News, SEO

It’s no exaggeration to say that one of Google’s primary objectives with their latest updates is to take professional SEO’s out of the picture as much as possible. This of course encourages businesses to pay for Google advertising as opposed to paying SEO companies or…

Beware the coming torrent of content marketing

19 Jun 2013, Posted by Ally in Industry News, SEO

2013 is the year that businesses in general will flock in droves to content marketing as a primary tool in their overall marketing strategy. Its no secret that niche authority is becoming a huge driver of google’s algorithmns. And how best to be an authority…

Hosting horror stories.

19 Jun 2013, Posted by Ally in Business

Thought I’d share a couple of somewhat difficult to believe stories of web hosting woe that happened to 2 clients over the holidays. Both had ‘pre-existing’ web hosts that have nothing to do with BOP. Client 1 (no names mentioned here): We got the server…