StaffingTools.com Partners with Pantone to Deliver Color Training Online
Press release from the issuing company
Bloomington, IN September 24, 2003 - StaffingTools.com, the leading provider of personalized, affordable and comprehensive online training to companies such as Applied Graphics Technology (AGT) and Transcontinental Canada, today announces the introduction of an interactive color specification course jointly developed with Pantone, Inc.; developer of the globally accepted PANTONE Color Systems, and leading source of traditional and electronic products for the selection and accurate communication of color.
The result of the collaborative development effort is titled "Hit the Spots" and will be demonstrated at the upcoming Graph Expo and Converting Expo in Chicago, September 28-October 1, at StaffingTools booth #4962. The course will be available on www.staffingtools.com and www.pantone.com, and is designed to teach students the basics of proper color specification within popular design applications for more accurate and predictable output, and will review color identification and handling spot color conversions for various printing processes.
"Our designers look for digital solutions to research and implement their ideas and color inspiration. Accurate color specification is a critical element that is often overlooked when the design files are created. StaffingTools.com has the knowledge and expertise in the applications and the delivery to provide our audience an interactive, self-paced course to help them feel more confident that their creative visions will be realized in their final output," said Doris Brown, Pantone's Vice President of Marketing.
"Pantone is a company that creative professionals instantly recognize as the definitive authority on color quality. Pantone exemplifies the caliber of partners that we work hard to be associated with," said Julie Jankowski, Director of Business Development of StaffingTools, Inc.
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