Pantone Matching System — A Graphic Designer’s Guide

The Pantone Matching System is a standardised representation system for CMYK colours, a universally accepted and acclaimed technique for selecting, matching, and communicating shades.

It is employed across a variety of fields, including print media, web design, graphic design services, and digital marketing.

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