Products not turning out as interesting and true to what your designer have designed for you? Remember to have your digital display/file to be set to CMYK mode to ensure more accurate color printings on your product.
Take note that CMYK mode proofs are just a guideline for better colour accuracy and it is not 100% accurate. Whats the difference you may say?
- Is a mode where colours are attained through mixing the 3 additive colours together.
- 3 additive colours > Red, Green & Blue
- Commonly used in digital displays (camcorders, computers, hand-held gadgets).
- Able to show very deep colours
- A mode consisting of mixing 4 subtractive colours to attain colours
- 4 subtractive colours > Cyan, Magenta, Yellow & Key Black
- Commonly used in ink printing
- Able to obtain a rich black
Also take a look at our pantone colour guide for some colour printing references.