Color Logic for Website Design
Discover and enjoy new design potential with the informed use of color in web design. “Color Logic for Website Design” takes theory to application and provides a solid foundation for color usage in website design, saving time, trouble and rework.
Beginning with the basics, practicing web designer and degreed artist Jill Morton takes the reader on a clear, concise, rapid-paced and fully-illustrated anlaysis of color terminology, color harmony, visual effects, and color psychology.
Here are some previews:
Example of subtle colors that are easy on the eyes
How color is affected by other colors
Do all of the red squares look the same or do they look different?
Do you know why red on a black background is brighter than red on an orange background?
Research reveals people make a subconscious judgment about a person, environment, or product (including a website) within 90 seconds of initial viewing and that between 62% and 90% of that assessment is based on color alone. Source: CCICOLOR – Institute for Color Research
This e-book is a PDF. You can read it it on any tablet, mobile device, or computer.
200 pages – 250 illustrations
The Language of Color – A clear, concise, and fully-illustrated explanation of words used to describe colors
Color Harmony – Step by step guidelines, seven solid formulas, color wheel diagrams & color specifications (RGB/Hex codes)
The Visual and Perceptual Effects of Color – How color affects the human eye, how to create visual comfort, how to use color to direct attention to the most important areas
Color Psychology – How colors communicate meaning and serve as a source of visual persuasion. In the final analysis, colors have a powerful influence on the critical decision – to buy or not buy.
Our customers write:
“You’ve gathered pertinent information from vast resources into this e-book – and in an understandable language (not dumbed down however). These e-books are one of the must-have’s in digital presentation. Adobe etc. are constantly producing better tools, but tools can’t really make choices. The information you provide is needed for that. I can’t take color (and my ability to use it) for granted any longer.The nicest part of them is that I don’t have to eat a lot of vegetables to get the dessert. And I’ve only read it once. You done good with this one.” … David Towle
“The book has a lot of illustrations, which I find very interesting and helpful, especially for someone who has very little knowledge of colour theories. There are also a lot of charts, tables and diagrams which helps makes it easier to understand and easier to explain.” …Analyticalq
“Color Logic for Website Design” is the first truly integrated approach to color and website design I’ve ever seen- ” … F. Currit-Dhaseleer. – Interface & Usability Engineer