Some times when you buy a premade logo want to test different color combinations and, maybe are not sure about if you will use your logo for lighting, textile, wood, or paper products so, what is the best way to test your colors and don’t increase your wedding budget?
Our wedding logo kits include several file formats, some of them are perfect for professional tools like Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop (.EPS or .AI) but the .PNG file is perfect for you to test how a color palette works on paper or screen.
This .PNG file can be colorized using free online tools. But what happens if you need to design for both print and screen? In that case, it’s recommended to start with the CMYK model and design all the print assets first. Then, switch to the RGB model and design the assets for the web. Doing so will give you a closer match in colors as RGB has a wider range of colors which may turn out quite pale when you convert them to CMYK.

Start using Pantone Color Books

It is always preferable to search within the Pantone color book (Color Bridge Coated) as a color standard reference. This library shows both CMYK and RGB conversions for you to test.

Check the following video about Pantone Color Books and click here to visit their page

Now you can use this open source image editor (a cross-platform image editor available for GNU/Linux, OS X, Windows and more operating systems) to test your colors.

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