Anybody who has worked in gray scale for print knows that how a gray appears on the screen isn’t always how it looks in print. So basically print this at whatever copy center you use most often, and it’s a quick reference for what the grays will look like on paper.
The numbers are the opacity, so 60 on the white side is a black rectangle set to 60% opacity, 15 on the black side is a white rectangle at 15% opacity, etc. It can be folded in half to sit on your desk, or folded in half, laminated and hole punched to make a keychain :)
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Anybody who has worked in gray scale for print knows that how a gray appears on the screen isn’t always how it looks in print. So basically print this at whatever copy center you use most often, and it’s a quick reference for what the grays will look like on paper.

The numbers are the opacity, so 60 on the white side is a black rectangle set to 60% opacity, 15 on the black side is a white rectangle at 15% opacity, etc. It can be folded in half to sit on your desk, or folded in half, laminated and hole punched to make a keychain :)

DOWNLOAD THE PDF HERE