Also known as bump plates or kiss plates, touchplates apply an additional screened color to an image or a portion of an image, to increase, or bump up, color saturation and contrast or reproduce a color that is hard to capture using only conventional process inks. Touchplates are often used for images with vibrant reds or blues, such as a child’s red wagon or a deep blue sky, or in images with a wide range of hues that may lie outside the range, or gamut, of CMYK colors.