Color Bridge Guide | Coated Translate Pantone Colors into CMYK, HTML, RGB
294 new trend colors added!
The Color Bridge Guide illustrates how Pantone Spot colors can reproduce in CMYK on coated stock, for confident color management across platforms. Graphic and print designers can visualize Pantone Spot colors side by side with their closest, industry-standard CMYK equivalent when process printing is required. The HTML and RGB value equivalents are also given for digital design applications.
Compare 2,139 Pantone Spot colors with their closest, industry-standard CMYK color matches
Specify and manage color across print graphics, digital design, web, animation, and video
Provides CMYK, HTML, and RGB values for Pantone Matching System® (PMS) Spot colors
Features updated CMYK values produced using G7 methodology
Handheld fan deck
Printed on the most commonly used paper stock weights (100 lb coated and 80 lb uncoated)
Lighting Indicator page demonstrates when lighting conditions are suitable for color evaluation
Quickly illustrates how closely basic industry CMYK printing can match to Pantone Spot colors
Includes 294 new, trend- and market-relevant graphics colors, for a total of 2,139 colors.
Each color displayed with CMYK, HTML, and RGB values
Features updated CMYK values produced using G7 methodology to better represent industry standard color management and printing conditions, to show the true results of moving from a Pantone spot color to its process color equivalent
Colors arranged in chromatic format
Index in the back of the guides provides the numeric location for each color
Use for digital design, animation, and packaging when CMYK process printing is required
Color Bridge is the only Pantone Tool that offers CMYK, HTML, and RGB values for Pantone Spot colors
Use throughout design workflow, from color inspiration to press check
Bring Color to Life, Digitally
Learn how Pantone® Connect for Adobe Creative Cloud allows you to take your physical Pantone colors into your digital workflow through Adobe® Creative Cloud (InDesign®, Photoshop®, and Illustrator®).