I’m so excited to be adding courses on color and design to our online training curriculum.
Katie Stern, who has multiple degrees, books, and lots of experience designing with color and teaching others how to do the same, has put together the first course in what will be a whole curriculum on Color and User Experience (UX) Design.
The first course is Color Terms, Tools And More. I took it myself and learned so much from it. I highly recommend it.
Here’s a short introduction to the course:
If you use the promo code
when you register you will receive 35% off the regular price. This special price is for two weeks, March 1 to 15, 2018.
Here’s some more info about the course:
You will learn color terminology, the basics of color theory, and how to communicate color information with your team.
If you are analyzing or designing a product or website, then you are working with color. Making color choices can be unconscious or intentional, depending on how much thought you put into them. Identifying colors that will create a great user experience can be a daunting task, especially if you don’t have the vocabulary to communicate about color with your UX team members. When you learn color terminology you will be better able to communicate your color design intentions.
You will learn:
The challenges involved with naming colors
The difference between the additive and subtractive color systems
How pigment color is different than digital color
How monochromatic color schemes are built
The definition of tints, tones, and shades and how to create them
How the Adobe Color Picker and Paletton help build color schemes
and much, much more!
So check out the course and let us know if you have any questions.