PIA Color Management Conference Keynote Lineup Announced
Thursday, November 01, 2012
Press release from the issuing company
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, — Printing Industries of America is pleased to announce the keynote speaker lineup for the 2012 Color Management Conference, December 1–4 in Scottsdale, Arizona.These industry-leading presenters willbring their knowledge and experience to add even greater value to the conference. Scott Butterfield, Trend Consultant, Hallmark Cards, Inc.; Jackie Jordan, Color Expert, Director of Color Marketing, The Sherwin-Williams Company; and Angela Stone, Manager, Print and Packaging Development, Mother Parkers Tea & Coffee, Inc.
Hallmark Color Forecast 2014
Hallmark Cards, Inc.
Scott Butterfield, Trend Consultant
The resident color expert for Hallmark Cards, Scott Butterfield will introduce new color and style trends that will inform and inspire for the next two years. His presentation will include vivid examples from the worlds of architecture, design, fashion, jewelry, typography, florals, and even automotive that reinforce the influences that will drive color directions for 2014.
Opposites Attract: The 2013 Sherwin-Williams Colormix™ Forecast
The Sherwin-Williams Company
Jackie Jordan, Color Expert, Director of Color Marketing
Opposites attract like never before, exerting a magnetic pull on the spectrum. Join us for Sherwin-Williams Colormix™ 2013 where we put today’s color mood under the microscope to reveal its dueling influences that will be shaping four divergent color directions.
The Challenge of Color Management in Private Label (a.k.a., controlling the uncontrollable)
Mother Parkers Tea & Coffee, Inc.
Angela Stone, Manager, Print and Packaging Development
Mother Parkers is one of the largest private label coffee roasters in North America, and Angela Stone is responsible for the color and quality of the printed packaging. Angela will discuss some of the challenges in private label packaging from different prepress suppliers, preferred vendors, and managing customer expectations. She will take you through her color management process that starts even before the customers start designing, the prepress color management process, and right through to the final check for color and print quality when the packaging material hits her dock.
The 2012 Color Management Conference, “Color is perception. Gain control with color management.” will provide attendees the tools to successfully gain control over color to increase efficiency and profitability. For more keynote information and to register for the 2012 Color Management Conference, visit www.printing.org/color, or call 800-910-4293, ext. 770.
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