The difference between RGB and CMYK is important for designers, business owners and marketers. Some art work are made using RGB, computer monitors also display images in this format, however once the files are handed to printers, they do a standard value conversion to CMYK. The end product may not be as close to what is intended. When creating designs for posters, brochures, leaflets and other printed materials, most printers prefer to work with files that are already converted to CMYK. We created a handy infographic to help you with your next print job.


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