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Color-Logic Rolls Out New Mobile-Friendly Website

Monday, February 16, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

West Chester, OH - Color-Logic--developer of the Process Metallic Color System--has rolled out a new mobile-friendly website (www.color-logic.com) with many exciting features demonstrating their software.  Announcing the new website, Color-Logic Director of Sales and Marketing Mark Geeves said: "Research indicates that graphic designers, agency personnel, and brand managers increasingly utilize mobile devices to research technology.  The focus of the new website is to drive demand to our licensed printers around the world.  Accordingly, we have redesigned our site to be much more visual and navigable, and to provide a better user experience when viewing the many samples and demonstration videos we provide.  The new Color-Logic website dramatically shows how our software and just five inks can provide 250 metallic hues plus myriad special effects that brands can use to drive attention to their products on the shelf."

With the Color-Logic Process Metallic Color System, brand managers, product managers, corporations, and advertising agencies can differentiate themselves and their clients from the competition.  Color-Logic tools simplify design and print production, creating eye-catching decorative effects for use on branded product packaging and associated collateral. The Color-Logic system is compatible with offset, inkjet, flexography, digital presses, screen printing, and gravure.  It is ideal for packaging, pouches, direct mail, point-of-purchase material, signage, postcards, literature, booklets, labels, shrink sleeves, calendars and much more.


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