Monday, 9 December 2013

Color Choosing Technique

Color Choosing Technique - Color impacts your user on many psychological and physiological levels. Your site's color scheme can have a dramatic impact, either positive or negative on your potential success. Color is an important element of designing.
Warm colors
Warm colors are based on yellows, oranges, browns, yellow-greens, and orange-reds, colors. Warm colors have a tendency to be aggressive and exciting, so it's best to apply them in small doses.
Intermediary colors
Purples and greens are intermediary colors that are either warm or cool, depending on amount of red or yellow they have in ratio to blue. If the color contains less blue then it is leaning towards a warm hue, and if it has more blue then it is more towards the cool side.
Cool colors
Cool colors are based on blues, greens, pinks, purples, blue-greens, magentas, and blue-reds. Cool colors tend to be soothing, calming colors and can be used in large amounts.
Neutral Colors
Neutral Colors include white, black, gray and colors that contain a large amount of gray. Neutral colors are great for back-grounds and for enhancing the effect of warm colors.
Color Harmony
Too much color can be disturbing and chaotic, whereas too little can be boring. It is best to use a balance. So it's best to Use only a few different colors .Avoid using an excessive amount of colors, blend and use warm and cool colors.

Colors are a powerful tool, it's the first, The first impression of designing, so keep in mind the above points when deciding on the color scheme.                                                                                   

There’s a strong relationship between colour and light. Without light the human eye is unable to see colour. This is a simple fact, and is an important observation.  For example, if you entered a dimly lit room, it would be difficult for you to make out various objects.  Throughout the centuries this theory has been tested and proven by scientists and physicists.

 Ultimately they concluded that light is a form of energy, which they called electromagnetic radiation.  When moving at a constant speed in the form of a pulsation or wave, each colour that is contained within the white light has its own wavelength and frequency.  As a result, the individual colours within the white light appear according to their wavelength order, and are reflected back to the human eye; allowing the human eye to perceive colour. The colours that the eyes see are very important when selecting choices for an image and fashion styling project. Everyone perceives colours differently and their appearance can either flatter features, or point out flaws.

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