Ink overlays another causing them to mix and thus create a new colour. Alignment of the ﬁbre in the paper during manufacture.
Cuts in the substrate to enable interactive or decorative design.
Pixels per inch, a measurement for screen resolution.
Processes in which ink is applied to a substrate via plates and applying adequate pressure.
Black made from CMYK but not used for anything other than registration/printers marks.
Pixels contained in an image.
Main online colour mode, also the additive primary colours.
Black that users a shiner to affect the way the black is perceived.
Also known as ʻchromaʼ, referring to the amount of grey in the colour.
The underprinting of a colour to strengthen the black.
Chosen substrate for the print.
Sections of publication.
Ten percent increments of a colour, built from half-tone dots.
Colourless coating, to protect and/or enhance the print.
Artwork deﬁned by maths as opposed to pixels. Scalable and always high quality.