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Colour theory

  1. 1. COLOUR THEORY
  2. 2. Colour theory explains colour mixing and the visual effects of specific colour combinations. Understanding how colour is formed and the relationships between different colours can help you to use colour more effectively in your designs.
  3. 3. COLOUR WHEEL
  4. 4. The colour wheel allows us to see at a glance which colours are complementary (opposite each other on the wheel), analogous (adjacent to each other on the wheel) and so on.
  5. 5. THREE COMPONENTS OF COLOUR
  6. 6. Red is red, right? Well, actually no, there are many different colours we could refer to as red. There are three primary component parts that help us define a colour: • Hue • Saturation • Brightness (or value)
  7. 7. HUE This represents the base colour itself. SATURATION This is a representation of how saturated (or rich) a colour is. Low saturation results in less overall colour, eventually becoming a shade of grey when fully desaturated. Saturation is normally referred to as a percentage between 0 and 100%. BRIGHTNESS (VALUE) This is how bright a colour is, typically expressed as a percentage between 0 and 100%. A red at 0% brightness will be black, while the same red hue and saturation at 100% brightness will be the full red colour.
  8. 8. COLOUR HARMONY In visual experiences, harmony is something that is pleasing to the eye. It engages the viewer and creates an inner sense of order – a balance in the visual experience.
  9. 9. ANALOGOUS COLOURS Any three colours side by side on a 12 part colour wheel, such as yellow- yellow-green, yellow, and yellow- orange. Usually one of the three colours predominates. COLOUR SCHEMES WITH HARMONY
  10. 10. COMPLEMENTARY COLOURS any two colours which are directly opposite each other, such as red and green and red-purple and yellow-green. These opposing colours create maximum contrast and maximum stability. COLOUR SCHEMES WITH HARMONY
  11. 11. NATURE Nature provides perfect inspiration for colour harmony, which doesn't always fit a fit a technical formula for colour harmony. COLOUR SCHEMES WITH HARMONY
  12. 12. Hopefully you now feel more confident in making colour selections for your designs. Happy designing! Music: http://www.bensound.com
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