Pittsburgh, PA--Printing Industries of America launched a new "How to Visually Evaluate Color" course to the iLearning Center this week. Presented by Joe Marin, Vice President of Education & Training, the course is available to Printing Industries of America printer members as a free benefit of membership.
Being able to quickly and effectively evaluate color is critical--no matter what your role is in the print production process. Whether you're in prepress, in the pressroom, a CSR, or a sales rep, you need to be able to visually identify color problems and communicate them with accuracy to your internal and external customers. This course covers how to quickly and methodically evaluate color visually and communicate what you see using proper, precise color terminology--all with the goal of reducing rework and turnaround time.
Time to complete: 1 hour for the course and knowledge assessments.
Students will learn:
- Basic concepts for viewing color
- Three ways color goes bad
- How to communicate color effectively
- How to visually evaluate color through examples
For more information about the iLearning Center, visit www.printing.org/ilearning or contact Joe Marin, Vice President of Education & Training at jmarin [at] printing.org.