Understanding Color: An Introduction for Designers

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Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1995 - Color in design - 141 pages
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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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Color HarmonyColor Effect 91
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The Human Element
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What is Color Study?
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Copyright

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About the Authors Linda Holtzschue graduated Phi Beta Kappa in art history from the University of Rochester. She taught for many years at Parsons School of Design where she also served as an Assistant Dean. She maintains a private interior design practice in New York City and teaches at The Fashion Institute of Technology. Ms. Holtzschue is the author of Understanding Color: An Introduction for Designers, published by John Wiley & Sons in 1994. Her work has been featured in the New York Times Magazine. Edward Noriega is a Cooper Union graduate. He has taught art and design courses at Cooper Union, The Fashion Institute of Technology, and Parsons School of Design. He is currently the Assistant Chair of the Digital Design Department and Director of the Freshman Year Computing Program at Parsons. He has lectured throughout the United States and internationally on the Freshman Digital Design program. Mr. Noriega also maintains a graphic design studio in New York City.

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