About this Event
Better colour control can drive big efficiency gains.
Do you sometimes struggle with colour control? Are you having difficulty getting final customer sign-off? Would you like to produce crisper and more vivid colours, more consistently? If these challenges sound familiar, this three-day online Colour Management Bootcamp is the easiest way to gain complete control over your colour quality so you get it right — first time, every time.
Start your journey with colour with this comprehensive Colour Management Bootcamp brought to you by FESPA Australia and FujiFilm. This is your first step towards PRINTING United Alliance Digital Colour Professional Certification.
You will learn about colour theory and principles, goals of colour management, device calibration, time-tested procedures, newest print standards, spot colours, and print verification.
Practical, effective colour management.
- Learn why colour management is not a theory question, but a technology problem that you and your people can solve.
- See how to use colour measurement instrumentation and profiling software for faster pre-press and better quality control.
- Understand the art of spot colour management and verification.
- Discover the latest print standards from the USA and Europe and how to use them to improve customer satisfaction.
- Understand techniques for device calibration, and media profiling.
What will you learn
- Colour management concepts
- Print standards and specifications
- Colour measurement instrumentation and profiling software
- Instruction for device calibration and media profiling
- Print Verification
- Software for profile viewing and quality control
Who should attend
- Company owners
- Graphic designers
- Pre-press team
- Production managers
- Workflow team
This three day course will be presented by PRINTING United Alliance Certified Instructor John Quixley from FujiFilm. Learn from a world leading industry expert and build both your knowledge and expertise.
The course will run from 7 – 9 December 2020 and will run for three hours each day. Places are limited – so book early to secure your spot.
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