Designer's Color Manual: The Complete Guide to Color Theory and Application (Anglais) Broché – 8 juillet 2004
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Adam Banks is former Editor-in-Chief of MacUser UK , and has worked with digital imaging since the early 1980s. He lives in London.
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Anyway, I still recommend this book because it tries to explore allmost every aspect of colors and I like the design !!
Jan Hoogesteijn, Amsterdam Netherlands
The subject area is broad, and many different aspects of colour are covered ranging from the history and perception of colour to issues such as colour blindness right though to some common Photoshop techniques for colour correction.
As I sat holding this pleasantly heavy book in my hand it occured to me that I felt as if I was being drawn back into my childhood, staring with fascination into those "how things work" encyclopedia-style books with cut-out cross-sections of machines and other interesting tidbits. Do you remember how you could just keep looking at those types of books time and time and again, and just look at the pictures and captions if you wanted to?
This is a book that I feel I could put on my coffee table rather than my reference bookshelf, but that by no means that it is not useful as a reference, at least for me. If you are looking for detailed examination of something specific then you may want to choose a different book, but if you want to get a broad overview and awareness of something we are surrounded by all the time (colour!), then I think this is an excellent choice.