I am pretty new to the Pantone Matching System and I understand the difference between C (coated) and U (uncoated).
Now my question: What should I use when I only need it on the screen? (no print, just for websites)
In all the brand guidelines, the companies (of course) only pick the color name (without appended C or U).
But what would be the workflow for web-only (rgb) stuff?
I have my Pantone Color Bridge and I need the hex/rgb value. Which one should I pick for screen-only stuff?
Thanks for your answers!
EDIT: For clearer understanding: I want to create my own guideline for a web project which only uses its colors on screens (rgb). And for that: Should I use coated or uncoated? Or: Does coated or uncoated colors better match the characteristics of a screen?