COLOR20 Color Quiz
QUESTION #1: Let's test your brand color knowledge. Can you identify the proper colors that are used in this popular brand?
QUESTION #2: Let's see how well you can visually evaluate color. Compare the two images below. The image on the right is...
QUESTION #3: PDF/X standards restrict those things that can be embedded in a PDF that have nothing to do with print production, but also requires use of specific PDF features and specifies how they must be used. There are various “flavors” of PDF/X, and each defines which color spaces are—and are not—supported. The PDF/X-1a standard supports all of the following color spaces except...
QUESTION #4: Let's see what you know about rendering intents. A rendering intent defines how to deal with out-of-gamut colors when moving from one color space to another. This rendering intent will simulate the color of the paper when output…
QUESTION #5: Let's test your knowledge of color separation. Color can be separated using either undercolor removal (UCR) or gray component replacement (GCR). The choice you make determines how much black is introduced into an image, and how much cyan, magenta, and yellow are reduced in the image. Which one of the two black separations below was separated using GCR?
QUESTION #6: Color evokes emotions and physical responses, and can have a profound influence on the choices consumers make. These two colors are deemed “the most appetizing colors” and are used the most in restaurant logo color schemes.
QUESTION #7: Normal color vision means you have normal photopigments in your eye that allow you to see a full array of colors. If you’re color deficient, your photopigments are abnormal causing your color perception to be inaccurate. There are 3 main types of colorblindness: Deuteranopia, Protanopia, and Tritanopia. Can you identify the hidden number in the image?
QUESTION #8: Color management touches every step in the production color supply chain, from design to final use. Which of the following statements best describes the purpose of color management?
QUESTION #9: There are many millions of colors contained in the visible spectrum. We can only produce a fraction of these colors with ink on paper. When printing CMYK inks on a bright white paper, we can only reproduce approximately this many colors:
QUESTION #10: G7® is a set of specifications for achieving visual similarity across all print processes. G7® can be applied to any printing system, like an offset press, a desktop printer, or an inkjet printer. It defines the two main visual attributes of gray, they are:
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