Category: color

Color: random combinations

Self-tutoring about color choices: the tutor reflects…. Click me:) Hello! Welcome to random colors! Click…:) Clicking the button above makes a random choice of both text and background colors. Designers might seek that magic combination people can’t resist. Yet, would

Color: tint

Self-tutoring about art: the tutor mentions the meaning of “tint”. “Tint” means change a color by adding white. How might a person imagine tint from the rgb point of view? Let’s imagine a color like rgb(150,175,0): ██ White is rgb(255,255,255).

Design: yellow on white?

Design self-tutoring: the tutor wonders how close colors can be while still providing enough contrast. Happy Mothers Day Source: Jack of Oracle Tutoring by Jack and Diane, Campbell River, BC.

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Art, color: the first recorded color wheel?

Self-tutoring about color theory: the tutor mentions perhaps the first color wheel. Apparently, Isaac Newton devised a color wheel in 1666 – perhaps the first ever. It was based on red, green, and blue, from which he decided all colors

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Art, color: another side of beige

Self-tutoring about color: the tutor looks more closely at beige and a related color. The web version of beige is rgb(245,245,220) Beige background What if a similar formula is followed, but using less red while almost full green and blue?

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Art, web design: what is saturation?

Different perspectives on color lead to self-tutoring: the tutor shares ideas about saturation. Saturation is the opposite of gray. (See my post here about gray and grayscale.) Gray can also be written grey (see my post here). However, my sources

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Art, web design: gray and grayscale, part 0

Self-tutoring about color theory. The tutor mentions gray and grayscale. From the red, green, blue (aka rgb) point of view, gray is composed of equal inputs from each. There are many lightnesses of it. gray: rgb(n,n,n) Any flavor of gray

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