- There are two colour modes RGB and CMYK,
- Colour is applied to a product using the method known as printing, which takes various forms.
- Format if the scale of the product, appropriate and relative to it's application, for example a business card is credit card size so It can fit into a wallet.
- An additional example would be posters, which are A-Sizes, A3 and Up, usually. Large, to attract attention and sell the product.
- The Process of making the product, for example cutting, printing. You could also relate this to it's digital application.
- The method used in the manufacture of your product. For example, linocutting is a type of process. You remove excess lino from a sheet of lino to create a print. Another example of process would be screen printing.
- Finishing would be an extra added detail which is added to the product following production. An example of a finishing would be spot varnishing.
- Stock is the item to which you print on. Typically, stock is associated with paper, however, stock can be almost anything.