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This book introduces essential concepts of color and design theory with the web in mind. Technical issues of coding and accessibility are addressed from the beginning to allow for immediate experimentation with the visual interface. Each design concept is illustrated with artistic examples, sample web pages, and related usability issues so readers understand how these principles should guide basic choices in web design. For web designers who are looking for a foundation in art theory.
Chapter 1: Color Foundations for Art Theory
- Understand the RGB color system
Posted June 10, 2005
I was introduced to this book when I learned web design, and I use it all the time. It presents basic concepts of art theory - color composition, line, shape, movement, etc. - in a clear way with the intended audience in mind. Any web designer should have a firm grasp on these principles, and I highly recommend this concise text for anyone who creates web pages.
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Posted August 14, 2006
I was attracted by the title of the book, which should involve great content. What a surprise when I read the book: only essential information that one can usually get by reading any different book on the topic. A great delusion!!!
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