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Pantone Releases ColorMunki™ Create Software Solution

Carlstadt, N.J.-based Pantone Inc. — an X-Rite company and a provider of professional color standards for the design industries — is now offering Pantone® ColorMunki™ Create, a software and hardware solution that automates color palette creation and provides an assortment of tools for color selection, allowing designers to manage, search, verify and share color palettes.

“With its intuitive software user interface, ColorMunki Create helps designers navigate through the color identification and specification process more efficiently, offering a variety of ways to select colors and create palettes in a safe viewing environment,” said Andy Hatkoff, vice president of advanced color solutions, Pantone. “With the addition of basic monitor calibration capabilities, ColorMunki Create also ensures designers that the colors they are viewing onscreen are accurate.”

In addition, ColorMunki Create has a PrintSafe™ feature to let users know if the colors in their palettes can be achieved on different paper stocks, and a Snap To feature that allows users to predict how palette colors will reproduce in different print situations.

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