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Should my file be designed using CMYK or RGB color palette?
All files should be designed and uploaded in CMYK. It is recommended to use GRACoL2006_Coated1v2, our preferred color profile, for better color accuracy. If you upload a file in RGB, the color will be converted into CMYK and may not be as accurate.As a good rule of thumb, if your file contains large quantities of blues and purples, it may be best to limit magenta hues in the design by at least 10%. For more information on how to get the blue, black, dark red or other colors for print, please refer to RGB vs. CMYK.
Please note the Color Fidelity warrantied by Overnight Prints is consistent with industry standards for "pleasing color." We offer no guarantee of "matchprint" or "match-product." Overnight Prints cannot prevent slight color shifts throughout an order, and does not guarantee color will match the preview as it appears on a customer's monitor.
Overnight Prints guarantees orders designed within the provided specifications will not be defective due to printing errors, coating errors, cutting errors or bindery errors. Overnight Prints guarantees prints will not be defective in accordance with CMYK industry standards for pleasing color. We offer no guarantee of "match-print" color fidelity and cannot prevent slight color shift throughout an order.
Overnight Prints is not responsible for any color shift that occurs in conversions from RGB to CMYK color modes. We recommend all custom designs be designed and uploaded in CMYK.
For best results, we recommend limiting the magenta hues in the design by at least 10% if your file contains large quantities of blues and purples.
Are the colors shown on the preview accurate?Overnight Prints does not guarantee color will match the preview as it appears on a customer's monitor as we cannot compensate for color variance. See above COLOR POLICY for more details.