Our customers who are now working remotely need to be aware that changing a small variable – such as approving color from home under a different light source, or emailing specifications instead of sending a physical sample – can introduce color issues that risk creating a larger color problem.
Blog | Many color and print quality programs focus on the wrong thing. Instead of analyzing the root cause issues when color goes wrong, they start patching holes and ultimately chase the wrong variables. This blog explains the resulting “error stack.”
Blog | When it comes to vague nuances, the chances of getting color right using verbal communication alone is very low, which leads to rework and waste. Explore the main reasons why color communication goes wrong, and better understand some simple ways to fix it.
Blog | PANTONE’s Color Systems are the gold standard for communicating color specification and quality control. They provide a common language for color so specifiers and manufacturers can be sure they understand the customer’s color expectations in order to reproduce them.
Blog | The most efficient and accurate way to communicate color is with digital data. PantoneLIVE is a cloud-based repository that stores and protects brand and custom colors to ensure production consistency across everything from flexible packaging to corrugated board. Take a closer look at what it is, what it does, and who uses it.
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