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Cristina Stanescu
Cristina Stanescu
3,263 Points

Would it be possible to have some link resources to continue studying about colors?

I would like to continue reading about this matter, or even find some good eye exercises/quiz

3 Answers

David Moorhead
David Moorhead
18,005 Points

Hi Cristina,

My response to you is in good faith, because I'm a color enthusiast, too.

Since I no longer understand what "a solid education" means in today's international educational system, I presume your studies of web design and development would include a colorist's influences on visual designs within assistive technologies' environs; for example, visually impaired individuals' ease of viewing web pages while on any continent from any device.

If you've not already known about it, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) published its Recommendation in 19 June 2018 with regard to CSS Color Module Level 3. On that page, you'll see the left sidebar menu provides numerous topics, any one of which I would guess might prove beneficial for your color studies.

I'm interested in knowing if my response has been helpful :smile:.

Hat Tip & Hello to Steven Parker!

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,657 Points

It's not a tutorial, but I feel like I've learned a bit by working with the Adobe Color Tool.

Cristina Stanescu
Cristina Stanescu
3,263 Points

I was more interested in color theory and applicable patterns in certain environments, more than anything. I already have a solid education and have looked into color psychology and such, but thought maybe there are resources that I'm not aware of, even underground books.

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,657 Points

I hope someone posts some references then. I'm not sure I even know what "underground books" about colors might be!