What’s the difference between CMYK and RGB images?

RGB is the colour gamut used to display digital images on a computer screen; the letters RGB stand for Red, Green and Blue. CMYK is the colour gamut used for conventional printing and is an abbreviation for Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black.
You can ensure your product colours are consistent by changing them to CMYK before your file goes to print. Still have questions? Ask a member of our team.