One Key Secret For Vibrant Designs That Most Designers Won’t Tell You About

Have you ever come across a website, flyer or brochure and wondered how it looks so picture perfect? There’s the vibrant colours, ample spacing and whitespace, and wonderful use of typography. The colours fuse the whole website, flyer or brochure together and really make it stand out.  There’s a secret for achieving that remarkable colour that you see on well-designed websites, flyers and brochures.  We’ll let you in on the secret to help you with your designs.

“There’s a secret for achieving that remarkable colour that you see on well-designed websites, flyers and brochures.”

The secret the designers don’t tell you about is their use of pantone colours.  Pantone colours are specially designated colours that are made for designers to help with their printing projects. These colours are specifically designed to work with printers as they can’t be mixed with other colours. Although the main use is in printing, using them on websites can also help give your website a colour boost. These colours are more vibrant than your random pick of colours. They give your project a refined look and feel.

“These colours are specifically designed to work with printers as they can’t be mixed with other colours.”

I’ve noticed a significant difference between me randomly picking out colours vs. using pantone colours for my design projects. The pantone tends to always be brighter and more vibrant. It’s my go-to tool of the trade when designing any project for web or print.  If you want to experience the beautiful and professional look that pantone can deliver you, contact us to complete your next web, flyer or brochure project. We’ll create a design for you that you can be proud of.

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The Lucky Tekkie Inc.
The Lucky Tekkie Inc.
Sokly Sa is Founder, President & CEO at The Lucky Tekkie Inc. He was born on October 7th, 1984 and made his entrance into the world at a United Nations refugee camp located in Thailand. He immigrated to Canada with his family when he was five years old and immediately fell in love with the Commodore 64 at his uncle's home. He grew up immersed with computer and technology and enjoyed playing computer games when he was younger. Between being a straight A-student in elementary school and his homework course load, Sokly kept entertained with games such as Sim City, Sid Meier's Civilization and MegaRace. He first learned HTML in grade seven, at the age of 13, when a friend in junior high shared a tutorial on the markup language.

In 2005, Sokly graduated from the Adult Learning Centre in St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada as Valedictorian. He then attended CDI/Everest College and graduated in 2007 in the Programmer Analyst/Web Developer program. Sokly's first professional IT experience was as an entrepreneur, when he quickly built up his portfolio to gain an entrance into the industry. Sokly was employed as a Web Developer at The Strategy Institute in Toronto, Ontario, from 2011-2013, then moved onto other companies, including digOnline (Digital Internet Group Inc.) and EyeLook Media. Sokly has also worked for national and global corporations, including Telus, where he worked as a Sales Representative at a Corporate Store; TeleTech, where he worked as a Customer Service Representative (Billing & Technical Support) on behalf of Charter Cable; Convergy as a Technical Support Representative, working on behalf of AT&T; and at Marriott International, working as an Infrastructure Analyst and other roles related to Sales/Marketing, including his current role as a Luxury Service Associate.
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