Understanding Color: An Introduction for Designers
From theory to practice-enhance your skills in working with color! Connect the dots between your emotional, intuitive responses to color and the theories that explain them. Learn how to use color more comfortably, creatively, and effectively than ever before. Take your work to the next level by exploring how different light sources affect color rendition, how placement changes colors, how to avoid costly color mistakes, and how to resolve the color problems that frequently confront design professionals. Order your copy today!
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The Human Element
What is Color Study?
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absorb achromatic afterimage Albers analogous colors artists blue blue-green brilliant carried colors chromatic scale Color Change color composition Color Constancy color contains color harmony color names color paper color perception color samples color study Color Theory color wheel colorways combinations complementary colors complementary contrast complements cool create dark darker describe diluted dyes effect Figure Goethe Goethe's gouache gray ground and carried ground subtraction illusion illustrated intervals of value Itten Josef Albers lamp light reaching light source light-reflecting lighter medium mixture mode of vision muted colors muted hue Newton Nostrand Reinhold object opaque optical mix orange paint placement primary colors pure color pure hues qualities range red wavelength red-violet saturated colors saturated hue secondary colors Select simultaneous contrast single hue spectrum surface tertiary color three primaries tints tints and shades value contrast violet visible visual acuity wavelengths wavelengths of light white light yellow yellow-green