Design Guide: RGB & CMYK For Beginners

Design Guide: RGB & CMYK For Beginners

Design Guide: RGB & CMYK For Beginners

You may have heard the terms RGB to CMYK and vice versa, but what do they actually mean? No, they’re not hieroglyphics. They are the color modes that graphic designers use for different mediums like print and web design! This helpful beginner’s guide shows you when each color mode should be used depending on the project.

The human eye is very intelligent and picks up on even the slightest differences within its surroundings. Understanding the differences between these two color modes will help you better plan and optimize each stage of your print or digital design process. Our beginner’s guide uncovers the basics, such as helping you understand when RGB or CMYK is best for your projects.

Not to mention that they do affect your final designed result and which file formats are best for both RGB and CMYK. If you’re ready to stop fussing over this small, yet significant aspect of design, we can help. You’re just one click away from downloading your copy of our RGB and CMYK design guide for beginners.  We have also included several digital medium examples for when to use RGB and CMYK, such as web design, social media images and mobile images.

This freebie was designed for graphic design beginners to help you better understand all of the basic differences between RGB to CMYK and start producing quality, vibrant print and digital results alike. If you’re looking for other ways to grow your business, we can help! At South Street & Co., we specialize in SEO, social media, blogging, email marketing, product photography, design, coaching, and more. Schedule a free, 30-minute consultation to go over your marketing goals and let us know what you’re looking for out of an agency. With over five years of experience helping our clients grow their online reach, we’re confident we can help your business meet its fullest potential. Let’s get started!

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