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Pantones: Where Does Your Corporate Color Come From?

The most, perhaps, interesting snag in printing is to achieve complete coincidence and repeatability of colors. Make it so that the corporate color, set in the brand-book looked everywhere the same - on the business cards, the folder, the corporate mug and embroidery on the...

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5 things your designer wish you knew

VECTOR VS. BITMAP   Bitmap images are based on pixels, which means that you will see pixels if it is enlarged more than 100%. You have all seen images that get jagged around the edges when enlarged.     Unlike bitmap vector formats can be enlarged indefinitely because they’re not...

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Correct file formats: RGB and CMYK

If you’re starting out as a designer, one of the most confusing aspects of computer-based graphic design is the difference between RGB and CMYK color modes, as well as the difference between various file formats. Although this subject is brought up countless of times in the...

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The History Of The CMYK Colour Model

In 1906, the Eagle Printing Ink Company incorporated the four-colour wet process inks for the first time. These four colours were cyan, magenta, yellow, and black (also known as key), hence the name CMYK. It was discovered that these four colours can be combined to...

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CMYK Vs. PMS . What’s the difference?

When it comes to printing there are several things you need to consider. One of which is the process of printing. Your printer may ask you how many colors? Or, CMYK (4-Color Process) or PMS. If you aren’t familiar these questions will leave you slumped...

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