William Li

Color Products and Custom Development Manager at Eastman Kodak

William is currently Color Products and Custom Development Manager with Eastman Kodak.  Kodak is transforming into a B2B company focused on its Commercial Imaging business. Kodak will be centered on commercial, packaging and functional printing solutions and enterprise services, markets in which it offers customers advanced technologies that give them a competitive edge.  William leads the team responsible for developing core color and PDF technology in such products as Prinergy, Kodak ColorFlow Software, Kodak Spotless Software, Kodak Proofing System, Prosper, and Matchprint Virtual.

William began his career in the graphic arts industry in 1997, joining the award-winning Prinergy PDF workflow team developing screening and calibration software at Creo, and has led the color technology group since the 2004 acquisition of Creo by Kodak.

He brings a diverse background in engineering, physics, and systems design to the graphic arts as part of Kodak’s Software and Solutions Division. William is active in international standards work, including ICC, ISO TC130, ISO TC171, Ghent Workgroup, and IDEAlliance.  He has been a frequent speaker at the Printing Industries of America Color Management Conference, the Kodak Graphic Users’ Association, and other venues.



William Li

Color Products and Custom Development Manager at Eastman Kodak


William is currently Color Products and Custom Development Manager with Eastman Kodak.  Kodak is transforming into a B2B company focused on its Commercial Imaging business. Kodak will be centered on commercial, packaging and functional printing solutions and enterprise services, markets in which it offers customers advanced technologies that give them a competitive edge.  William leads the team responsible for developing core color and PDF technology in such products as Prinergy, Kodak ColorFlow Software, Kodak Spotless Software, Kodak Proofing System, Prosper, and Matchprint Virtual.

William began his career in the graphic arts industry in 1997, joining the award-winning Prinergy PDF workflow team developing screening and calibration software at Creo, and has led the color technology group since the 2004 acquisition of Creo by Kodak.

He brings a diverse background in engineering, physics, and systems design to the graphic arts as part of Kodak’s Software and Solutions Division. William is active in international standards work, including ICC, ISO TC130, ISO TC171, Ghent Workgroup, and IDEAlliance.  He has been a frequent speaker at the Printing Industries of America Color Management Conference, the Kodak Graphic Users’ Association, and other venues.

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