Color is probably the most relative medium in art. Each color has a specific property, whether it’s the particular wavelength in optical perception, the molecular construction of pigments or RGB value for a monitor. Though each of those properties may be fixed, the expression and perception of a color may change within different contexts. The Color Theory course focuses on developing appropriate color systems for graphic design projects. These projects explore the principles, terminology, and applications of color theory, with an emphasis on manipulating color. Students will acquire a working knowledge of the expression and perception of color, and color interaction, which lends credibility and sophistication to a designer’s work.
Photoshop Basics or equivalent experience.
METHOD OF DELIVERY
Online training supported by online instructors
A Student Guide is provided for this course. Evaluation is based solely on an Academy of Learning Career College final exam. Participants who receive 75% or higher on their exam will receive a certificate.
Understand how to work with color by exploring the concepts of hue, saturation, and harmony
Explore how colors work with each other; Look at light and how it affects the perception of color
Learn the differences between additive and subtractive color; Understand color on-screen, combining color with typography, and color psychology.