CGD131 Color Theory

Credits: 3

This is an introductory level course designed to expose you to color as a design element. You will initially be introduced to how the human eye sees and the brain perceives color. The two color modes (additive and subtractive) will be introduced along with the concepts of primary, secondary and the color wheels of both color models respectively. You will complete visual exercises designed to acquaint you with associated lectures. Both the psychological and physiological effects of color will be introduced. Finally, color as an element in computer graphic design will be introduced, and various computer models discussed.

Prerequisite: CGD110 (for CGD students only) and CGD115

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