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What is Colors Theory:
Color theory is a set of color rules that applies to color regardless of how it is applied. It helps us understand how different colors are created, and how they complement each other. In color theory, colors are organized on a color wheel and grouped into 3 categories: primary colors, secondary colors and tertiary colors, in order to build relationships between them and be able to
characterize them respectively. The choice of colors is therefore an important decision in visual communication in the same way as the choice of images or typography. This decision is not only creative but also strategic. Color theory is one of the first things graphic designers and advertising artist get taught about.
What you will learn and cover during your lessons:
Introduction to Color Theory
This module provides an overview of color theory and its importance in design. You will learn about the color wheel, color properties, and basic color relationships.
In this module, you will learn how to create color harmony by using color schemes such as monochromatic, complementary, and analogous. You will also learn about the emotions and meanings associated with different colors.
This module covers the psychological effects of color and how they can be used in design to convey different messages and moods. You will learn about the cultural and contextual influences on color perception.
This module covers the tools and resources available for working with color, including color pickers, color palettes, and color management systems. You will learn how to use these tools to create and manage color schemes effectively.
In this module, you will apply the concepts learned in the previous modules to complete color exercises and design projects. You will receive feedback on your work and learn how to improve your use of color in design.
In this module, you will learn how color influences human psychology and the role it plays in branding and marketing. You will also learn how to choose colors that align with a brand's personality and values.
This module covers the use of color in branding, advertising, and marketing. You will learn how to create effective color schemes that communicate a brand's message and values, and how to use color to influence consumer behavior.
This module covers the use of color in digital design, including color in user interfaces, web design, and mobile applications. You will learn how to create effective color schemes and how to use color to improve user experience.
In this module, you will explore the use of color in fine art. You will learn about color theory in painting, sculpture, and other mediums, and how artists use color to create mood, emotion, and expression.