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  1. Color Theory for Digital Displays: A Quick Reference: Part II

    January 23, 2006

    This article is Part II of a quick reference on color theory for digital displays. It is the second in a series of articles about the use of color in application program user interfaces and on Web sites.

    Contrast Effects

    Our perception of hues, values, and chroma levels depends upon their interaction with adjacent hues, values, and chromas, which can result in color-contrast, value-contrast, and chroma-contrast effects, respectively.

    While you can achieve good design by using any color-contrast, value-contrast, or chroma-contrast effect, unintentional effects caused by the interaction of contrasting colors can be visually distracting and can even diminish the readability of the text in a user interface or on a Web page. Read More

  2. Color Theory for Digital Displays: A Quick Reference: Part I

    January 23, 2006

    This article is Part I of a quick reference on color theory for digital displays. It is the first in a series of articles about the use of color in application program user interfaces and on Web sites.

    Primary Colors of Additive Color Synthesis

    Computer monitors display information using the RGB (Red-Green-Blue) color model. An RGB monitor synthesizes colors additively by selectively illuminating each of its pixel’s red, green, and blue phosphor dots at varying levels of intensity. The light from a pixel’s three phosphor dots blends together to synthesize a single color. In additive color synthesis, all hues of the visible spectrum of light are mixtures of various proportions of one, two, or three of the primary colors of light. Read More

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  3. Creating a Productive Graphic-Design Project Workflow

    November 7, 2022

    Freelancers and others working for project-based businesses must adapt to fast-paced workflows. Getting a project completed on time can often be tricky. Depending on the circumstances, the pace of a project might not be as efficient as you would want. Graphic designers often work with new clients, so they must constantly shift gears and adjust to new ways of working.

    Developing a smooth workflow strategy is important for any service- or business-related job. Because the expectations of the role of a graphic designer are ever changing, careful planning and strategy are beneficial in this field. In this article, I’ll describe how you can create a plan for your own productive graphic-design project workflow. Read More

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