Tips for Visual Color Evaluation
When working remotely, you might not have access to measurement devices. This means relying on visual color evaluation. When evaluating color at home keep these tips in mind such as lighting, your own color vision, are you using the right physical standards, and screen/monitor calibration. https://www.xrite.com/blog/visual-color-evaluation
Which lighting is best for Color Evaluation?
Proper illumination is critical to any visual evaluation process and quality control program. In this video, X-Rite explains the importance of standardized lighting.
How to Calibrate your Monitor in 10 Steps
If you are working remotely and asked to approve colors via text or email, you need to be aware of device limitations. When you work on an un-calibrated monitor, you can’t trust the colors you see on-screen, making it hard to make good editing decisions. Learn how to calibrate your monitor using i1 Profiler. www.xrite.com/blog/how-to-calibrate-your-monitor
How to Talk Color with Suppliers
It will be a while before you can visit suppliers to see samples and monitor quality controls in person. It’s critical that when you talk or email suppliers you are both speaking the same color language. Avoid these common mistakes when talking to suppliers. https://www.xrite.com/blog/talking-color-customers-suppliers
How to Disinfect your Color Measurement Device
Color measurement devices are used throughout the manufacturing process and by multiple people. This means they can be prone to contamination from germs and viruses and need regular cleaning. X-Rite’s hardware team consulted CDC advice and put together a list of the steps to disinfect your benchtop and handheld devices. https://www.xrite.com/blog/how-to-disinfect-your-color-measurement-device
X-Rite Webinar Series - Free Color management webinars all April. See topics, dates/times and registration links at https://www.xrite.com/learning-color-education/webinars