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Colour Theory

Anything you want to be visually appealing, needs a well-worked colour scheme. Even black & white photography, or the colours of your clothes. I'm not saying, however, that you should spend 30 minutes each morning calculating the best outfit, and this course aims to have the same philosophy: it will teach you the basic principles of colour theory and how it's often applied in the real world, but doesn't go further than that. Most experience with colours comes from experimenting, not reading about theory.

Prerequisites: None

Complete Guide to Colour Theory

Colour is everywhere. Whatever you make, it is goi...

[Colour Theory] Formats & Definitions

What actually is colour? I’m not trying t...

[Colour Theory] RGB, CMYK & Pantone

The three words from the title are very important ...

[Colour Theory] Using the Colour Wheel

I present to you: the most overused graphic for te...

[Colour Theory] Understanding Colour Triangles

Colours are said to be three-dimensional. Therefor...

[Colour Theory] Harmonies & Relationships

We’ve finally come to the fun and useful par...

[Colour Theory] Context

One of the most important properties of colours &n...

[Colour Theory] Emotions & Meaning

If you don’t know where to start, it is advi...

[Colour Theory] Usage within Design

This course has mentioned nearly everything that h...