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Terms and conditions

Like so many things in life, there is no guarantee that a design will work the way you want it to.

While every effort has been made to create quality designs, we make no guarantee, express or implied, regarding the designs or their suitability for any purpose.

By using any Byala design, you agree to idemnify and hold harmless Byala designs, Alan Harshman, and printable-designs.com.

It is important to note that due to the differences in computer monitors and other devices, there may be a difference between the colors you see on your screen and what you print. Why is this? Because computer monitors and other screens use light to make color, and printers use pigmented ink to make color, and the two work differently.

Computer screens use light in RGB color to make the images on your screen, and most printers use CMYK colored inks. The differences between the formulations of the light and the ink often produce colors that look a little different from each other.

For example, one of our computers is calibrated normally - using RGB color. On it, a name medallion looked like it was hot pink, but it printed a bit darker and turned out to be more of a light red. That color was perfectly acceptable to the client, but you should keep this in mind when printing designs - they will not print exactly as they look on your screen.

Calibrating your computer monitor to a CMYK format will ensure that what you see on your screen is very close to what you’ll get when you print anything from your computer.

If you find that a Byala design that you print is not to your liking, you can always contact Alan and he will make an adjustment for you, at no extra charge.

Color differences in printing