Designers, graphic artists, illustrators or anyone else that works with colour on a daily basis might be interested in a new colour matching system called MOOTONE which has been specifically designed to be used with MOO Cards.
MOOTONE has this week launched by a Kickstarter looking to raise just $1,000 over the next 30 days to make the jump into production. Watch the video below to learn more about MOOTONE and how it can help you with your colour matching.
Jonathan Bobrow the creator of MOOTONE explains a little more about the new affordable colour matching system for print and the inspiration behind it :
As a professional designer/maker/color aficionado… and recent entrepreneur, I turned to my favorite quick-turn business card supplier, MOO cards, to print a batch. Before pressing the dreaded order button (the one that MailChimp has captured the moment of, all too perfectly), I printed out copy after copy on the office color printers to see if I could understand how my colors on screen would translate to the colors in print. Moreover, I had no clue as to how they would come out from the printers at MOO. So I decided to make a MOO card Color Matching System.
Not to be taken to the bank trying to print my business cards half a dozen times to fine tune the colors, I thought I should print a test swatch of the colors I was using. Then I thought, what if I had a simple tool, much like the PANTONE swatches I used to use back in the day while I made a buck or two painting prototypes for Lord of The Rings and Harry Potter figurines. Having a swatch booklet, or card set could be a huge time saver and would allow me to match things like my favorite new backpack from Topo Designs. I made the magic happen and ordered myself a set.
For more information on the new MOOTONE jump over to the Kickstarter website for details by following the link below.
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