New Pantone app cross-references iPhone and Web

Carlstadt, N.J. – Global color forecaster Pantone has unveiled the myPantone X-Ref iPhone application and Web tool, which allow designers easily cross-reference all Pantone color libraries. 

X-Ref is available as an iPhone application or Web-based tool. The app is a companion product to myPantone, an iPhone application released last September that allows designers to capture, create and share Pantone Color Palettes wherever they are.

In addition to the new cross-referencing tools, Pantone is reducing the price of Pantone Goe specification products. 

“In today’s design world where creatives are expected to work across media, myPantone X-Ref makes it easier for designers, printers and manufacturers to select the most suitable Pantone colors for their project requirements,” said Ron Potesky, senior vp and general manager of Pantone.

 

 

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