Spot Color Printing
If your design has a single color, this would be considered a one spot color printing. Single color designs, or designs with shades of a single color look great with one spot color printing. For designs with shades of a color, we will work with halftone dots to represent these areas in your design, giving your printed work a shaded appearance.
As you add more colors to your design, the number of spots you add increases as well. For example, if your design has three separate colors, then your design would be considered a three spot color print. Adding to this, if your design has four colors, this would be considered a four spot color design, and so on, for the total number of colors to be printed in your design.
All of the inks we use are based on the Pantone Color Matching System, also known as PMS colors. This system is simply a universal color matching system to help us get 100% accuracy when matching the colors in your design to the inks in your printed work. When printing in spot color you can choose from our standard Pro Ad Co Spot Colors.