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Hey,
While checking your details and that you provide guidelines. So far I've read you provide the Hex code for the colors!?
While working on https://art.astrotomic.info and reading through Pantone and color science I've noticed that the same hex doesn't provide the same optical color in print and on screen. That's why I've used the hex code of the digital/screen Pantone color set and the CMYK of the Pantone print one.

Not even starting with printsave colors and so on. 😅

Do you have experience with all this? Have I over engineered? Or is splitting print and screen colors a good plan?
 
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Do you have experience with all this? Have I over engineered? Or is splitting print and screen colors a good plan?
It is a good plan to split colors yes! However, for most of them, you will not see the difference if you're not an expert. You need to do it for "neon" colors tho, or very bright ones. For the others, the difference is very small and the price of Pantone printing can be expensive. So most of the time we advise you to keep the hex colors…

You can see the difference of printing/screen colors with Photoshop if you want to be sure!
 
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