IPA Announces New Webinar Series: Controlling Color Chaos!
Press release from the issuing company
Edina, MN—September 23, 2005—Addressing the needs of graphic communications industry and their challenges with color management, IPA, The Association of Graphic Solutions Providers has announced a three-part webinar series entitled, Controlling Color Chaos, taking place on October 6, 13, and 19.
The webinar series, produced jointly with ColorManagement.com, will demonstrate how color management is used to help print buyers and the creative community resolve color problems before it is too late. The series empowers the creative community to avoid subjective evaluations by providing them with the tools and information they need to get control of their color on press. Attendees will learn how to use cost-effective quality control tools to verify results with printers capable of meeting accurate color control standards.
The presenter, Ron Ellis, is a New England-based consultant specializing in color management, workflow training, and prepress integration. He has provided installation and training services to dealers, manufacturers, and content creators for over 20 years as well as authored numerous articles for industry publications and developed training materials for printing industry vendors.
Pricing for individual webinar is $95 / $145 (member/nonmember) or for the three-part curriculum is $255 / $385 (member/nonmember).
Companies tackling color management issues or wishing to improve their relations with creative and print customers should plan to attend the series. This program is designed for managers and customer service providers at leading graphic communications, prepress and printing companies as well as their creative customers. For more information, visit http://www.ipa.org/colorchaos or call 800-255-8141.
IPA webinar programs are an on-going educational initiative for the purpose of efficiently and cost effectively educating the graphic communications industry on the latest strategic and technical information for their business success.
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