At X-Rite Pantone, we love color, and we’re passionate about helping you get yours right. That’s why we offer a full-service training program, staffed with Color Experts from many of the industries we serve.
From beginner to advanced, lowest investment to highest return, we offer a variety of options to teach you everything you need to know to be successful.
- Are you new to color, wondering where it fits in your business objectives?
- Do you already have a color workflow, but wish it was more efficient?
- Are you looking toward certification to help you gain a competitive edge?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’ll want to keep reading. Today we’re presenting our stair-step approach to training. There’s a step for everyone, and moving toward the top doesn’t have to be a challenge.
Take a look at where you are today, determine where you want to go, and let us help you achieve your color goals!
The trick to color success isn’t just selecting the right tools. You need to know how to use them. Even the most expensive spectrophotometer won’t be helpful if you don’t know which aperture size to choose during setup or which tolerancing model to follow.
Since color workflows are specific to industry, products, and color needs, it’s not possible to establish one single process that works for everyone. That’s where X-Rite Color Experts come in. Whether you need help getting up to speed with new equipment or maximizing the value of the equipment you already have, they can teach you how to use your color management tools to get the best possible color while reducing the costs associated with of setup, scrap and rework.
X-Rite Professional Color Services offers a variety of learning opportunities to fit your schedule and budget, including seminars, classroom workshops, custom onsite training, and eLearning courses. Color Experts will even come to your site to audit and analyze your processes and provide custom training and guidance for everyone involved in the workflow on topics ranging from basic color theory to specific product installation and instruction.
Today we’ll look at the different types of training offered by our Color Experts, and direct you to the courses available for your industry.
Knowledge is power!
In this series we’ve been discussing the many factors that impact how we see color, and what we can do to ensure the color we see is accurate.
Light, retinal fatigue and background effects can influence our perception of color. Today we’ll look at the limitations of the human eye and brain, and talk about how to detect these characteristics, especially for individuals responsible for evaluating and judging color.
Are YOU color deficient? Read on to find out. (Spoiler alert: There’s a test at the end. A color vision test!)
The Farnsworth-Munsell 100 (FM 100) Hue Test, is available from X-Rite