2020 has definitely been a year for the record books. As many of you looked for new and creative ways to work, we tried to support you with learning resources.
Today we’re looking back on the topics that captured the most attention this year. From the basics of color science to choosing the best color measurement instrument for your needs (and learning how to use it), here’s what captured our Learning Resource Leader Board for 2020.
Top 10 Learning Resources of 2020
Learn why colorimeters are a good choice to calibrate computer monitors and capture color for designs and applications that don’t require tight color control.
This whitepaper explains the use cases of sphere (diffuse:8° or d:8°), 45°:0° (or 0°:45°), and multi-angle (MA) spectrophotometers to help you select the most appropriate color measurement device for your application.
This episode of the X-Rite Color Lab discusses the importance of standardized lighting when visually evaluating color and the most popular standard illuminants.
Whether you are a color novice or expert, you will find useful information to ensure color plays a positive role in your color production success in this how-to guide for all things color.
From the basics of color and light to printing and industrial expressions, our glossary includes over 1,000 color-related terms to help you better understand how color affects you and your business.
Even when using spectral data and a color tolerance to quantify color, customers and suppliers can still disagree. This whitepaper explains how to select and use the right color tolerancing method for your application.
Watch this on-demand webinar to learn why spectral data is important for color communication, the common types of spectrophotometer geometries, and why spectral data is preferred over CIELAB color values.
Watch these four 10-minute print and packaging webinars to learn the benefits of the eXact spectrophotometer and tips for connecting ColorCert, IFS and NetProfiler software.
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