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Every company has a corporate color representing them. They serve in their logos and designs to name a few. It is therefore important to know their specifications like its Pantone Matching Systems, its RGB and its CMYK to have an initial understanding of them. Upon beginning with project, color information should be specified to designer to be able to have a more fruitful outcome. The use of full colors is fine as long as it compliments your concepts and ideas that you want to tell people. It should not be complicated so people will not be overwhelmed by them.
Consistency in colors should be a consideration so people will not get confused if changes are made often. These can help people in keeping in mind what your company is about and in process have enough security to put their full trust on your company.
Sometimes, true colors should not be hidden. This should be shown and flaunted.
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