Principles of Color Design

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Wiley, 1997 - Architecture - 210 pages
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Principles of Color Design is the definitive introduction to color for graphic designers and artists. Presented clearly and beautifully in full color throughout, this is an invaluable guide to color principles and design techniques for students and professionals alike. This Second Edition offers 50% new material in an enlarged format. In addition to offering a solid foundation to color design principles, the Second Edition contains two completely new sections on the computer and electronic color. Basic concepts and methods for generating colors electronically are introduced, and 11 new color guides demonstrate more efficient ways of attaining color harmony on the computer.

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Review: Principles of Form and Design

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Helpful in identifying some important visual taxonomies for thesis work. The opening section about using design software is (as with any other book dealing with the latest technologies) quite dated now. No matter, the rest of the book is still timely and relevant. Read full review

Review: Principles of Form and Design

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Helpful in identifying some important visual taxonomies for thesis work. The opening section about using design software is (as with any other book dealing with the latest technologies) quite dated now. No matter, the rest of the book is still timely and relevant. Read full review

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