RGB  vs CMYK  What is it and How are They Different?

RGB color mode stands for Red, Green, Blue 

Your computer uses RGB and this color mode is associated with electronic displays like your monitor, scanners and digital cameras. The primary colors Red, Green and Blue can be combined to create a variety of different colors. RGB produces more vivid and vibrant colors than CMYK and is used in photo editing software because it offers a wide range of colors. This is why you may see a slight difference in colors when viewing a printed item at a print shop vs your computer monitor. Your monitor may show a vivid color but when printed the color may seem to be dull.

Top 4 reasons why you should update your logo:

1) Logo Evolution

As your company grows and enters new markets, it might be time to revitalize your logo.