The process of printing a piece is just as important as the process of creating it. Once a file is released from the designer to the printer, it is largely the printer's responsibility to align the color specifications with what rolls off the press. However, what the designer delivers to the printer as final files will play a huge part in how the final piece looks.
Producing accurate color is a careful science. These days, many graphics programs are advertised with the slogan WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get). Although technology has reached
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