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Twenty-One content pages that cover theory, practice, the psychology of color, and recommendations for managing color to include:
• RYB: Artist Paint Colors, Complimentary Colors, Primary Colors of Light, Electromagnetic Energy Spectrum, CMY: Subtractive Print Colors, Pantone Color, The Psychology of Color, Typographic Color, Color Management, Display Performance, Monitor and Proofing Environment, Color Setting Specifications, Proofing Setup, Soft Proofing, Monitor Calibration, Profiling Printers, Print Requirements, Spot Color, Process Colors, Selecting Color, and Facts About Color
• The guidebook also includes a hands-on InDesign Lab Activity requiring the application of a Custom Color Theme, and applying the Color Theme Tool, Stroke, Fill and a Gradient in and behind type.
• The Glossary, linked to page numbers, contains 26 frequently used color terms, and there are 24 multiple choice test questions with an answer sheet.
"Color sets a mood or makes a statement. It can attract attention, cool down, heat up, be advancing or receding, and elegant or playful. Color is an important design element."
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