Products, Customer Reviews and FAQs

By: Tintbooks  09-12-2011
Keywords: Print Design, Color Charts

“For several years I've wanted a book that showed all the screen mixes possible (I think that's somewhere in the gazillions).. Well, apparently it's called a Tintbook. And now I'm the blissed-out owner of two of them, one for uncoated paper and one for coated paper.. I'm so impressed with the quality and organization of them.“

Whitney Beard
Whiskergraphics.com
San Francisco, California


"I ordered Tintbooks because I have a current client that is very worried about color. My PMS charts don't have a suitable dark brown to show her, so I figured this might help to put her at ease. Aside from printing the run, I wasn't sure how to show her the way the color will produce. Tintbooks will work great for this job and many more to come I'm sure! Thanks!!"

Liz LaFrance
Colored Spots Studio
Providence, Rhode Island


“Tintbook is exactly what we’ve been looking for!”

Marianne Koszorus
National Geographic Society
Washington D.C.


“I love working with my Tintbook! It makes choosing colors for print design so easy. I can scan through the colors quickly to find the correct CMYK formulas.  Tintbook is a great tool for Designers.”

Diane Witman, Graphic Designer
Hanlon Advertising
East Norriton, PA


“Tintbook is important when we’re choosing color schemes that have lots of different screen tint combination colors that surround photos or go behind blocks of type. We take Tintbook to client meetings so that clients can visualize what the colors will really represent on their printing projects.”

Robb Gibson, Senior Designer
Gordley Design
Tucson, AZ


"TINTBOOK is the most up-to-date color rendering from digital file to plate to press. It is already a student-required book for all of our majors."

Archie Boston, Jr., Professor
Visual Communications Design Program
CSULB Art Department
California State University Long Beach


“With TINTBOOK, you can achieve wonderful results, and know they’ll work..You can literally predict color at the design concept stage.. The color charts are presented in a well-organized, user-friendly manner..TINTBOOK is probably one of the most valuable assets a print designer can rely on.”

Fred Showker
Editor/Publisher
DT&G Magazine
November, 2005


"I turn to the TINTBOOK whenever I'm developing a color palette for a design project. With thousands of CMYK tint combinations, it saves time by taking the guesswork out of color selection. It's an essential tool for print designers!"

Brenda Knepper
Creative Director
The California State University
Office of the Chancellor

Keywords: Color Charts, Print Design,

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