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Understanding the rules of color

Understanding the rules of color: Introduction to Graphic Design (2014)
Understanding the rules of color: Introduction to Graphic Design (2014)

Red, yellow and blue are primary colors. They cannot be formed by mixing together any other colors in the color spectrum. Secondary colors are created by mixing any two primary colors together. These are orange, green, and purple. The final color model is tertiary, which combines primary and secondary colors together. In this video tutorial, you will learn the rules of color in Graphic Design, as well as color combinations and how to use them in your designs.

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Q: This course was updated on 09/01/2016. What changed?

A: We revised the first four chapters with new graphics and examples.

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