We chat with Ryan Stanley from PVH about the digitization of the brand’s color palette and the value of partnerships between design teams and color and material groups.
A Chicago designer explores inkjet printing for a jewelry catalog and learns how paper and effects create stunning images and save on production costs.
Inkjet technology opens the doors to new materials. Today designers can use almost any material to print on, even spaghetti.
Companies can go back to the way things were, sticking their head in the sand, or they can take the ideas of bespoke manufacturing, and bring it to a realization.
We look at how colorkarma and Gerber Technologies’ new PPE Matchmaking can help companies shift their businesses and find new revenue opportunities.
Companies are continually streamlining. The coronavirus has required some operations to digitize and change quickly. We are now at the cusp of the automated and digitized supply chain, design to shelf.
Color reference guides are an essential tool for designers but how did Pantone, Munsell, and CSI get started?
Debbie McKeegan’s technical team explains some of the most popular materials for athleisure and some tips on printing them digitally.
Pressure on the environmental impact continues for textile and apparel companies. Sheep, Inc. is taking a creative approach towards carbon-neutral operations.
Everyone’s eyes perceive color a little differently, which can make working with color a challenge. However, if you can find a common color language to communicate, the process becomes a whole lot easier.