If a designer hasn’t been exposed to the world of print a question that will be whirring around their head is what is the difference between RGB and CMYK? When designing for print you have to consider a lot of things, not just the quality of the images but the design, the type of substrate it will be printed on and the costs associated with the project. Through our 46 years of experience, our client services are well equipped to give you the correct advice the considering this. Working with graphic designers from the highstreet's leading brands has allowed our team to work fully to client specifications and briefs. If you’re designing for digital then you don’t really need to worry as much, as they all look somewhat similar on all computer monitors. However it’s wrong to assume that when designing for print, it will be the same as what you see when creating your design on screen. As a leading point of sale (POS) specialists, Simpson Group has had the privilege to create partnerships with some of the highstreet's leading brands, we understand the importance to know the difference between RGB and CMYK. What does it mean for you as a designer? What exactly is the difference between RGB and CMYK and when should you be using these? We discuss the difference below.