Housekeep: Color Theory Training
This week, I did the Color Theory training, which provided a lot of useful info on color design. The first section went over the physics of color, defining hue, tone, shade, and tint. The activity was to draw our own color wheel demonstrating all 4, of which mine turned out to be more of a grid, but oh well.
The second section covered color psychology and the palette design. The activity was to select a palette for 3 different fictional clients.
Below is my experimental new tutorial ranking system.
Great info here, I love reading about the history and science of something.
Not really the focus for this training, but it did explain how to set additive or subtractive color in Photoshop/Illustrator, and provided some color tools.
I got slightly lost at the very last activity, but mostly because I jumped ahead.