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The costs. Scott mentioned. 1 pass of 1 spot color is cheaper than 4 passes crom a cmyk print. 1) If the main subject is to use the logo on a letterhead, some business cards, yeap, you print it using 1 ink, 1 spot color. 2) But if your logo is normally used in a full color photographic catalog, a spot color means an aditional spot color, than mean 1 extra ...


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A Pantone color Logo is 1 ink. 1 pass on the press. 1 plate. A CMYK logo is 4 inks, 4 passes on the press, 4 plates. Then additional effort to ensure registration is correct. With this in mind a single Pantone color will almost always be less expensive than 4 color process. However... if you are printing a 4C piece and you have a spot color logo, adding a ...


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I think what you're looking for is this: www.designcuts.com/product/complete-professional-designers-toolkit/ Now, it's not free, I know – but the free stuff rarely is of any use anway, and if you plan on doing this thing professionally and for a longer period of time, $29 is very little money very well invested. Keep an eye out for other deals on ...


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Not sure I've ever seen a template. Might have better luck looking at actual companies. Large companies and Universities sometimes have their brand guidelines available on their websites. Companies: DuPont Branding (Couldn't find their full book but might be there somewhere, I know it exists cause they've emailed it to me before) Volvo Penta Branding ...



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