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Color Theory August 18, 2012

Concept Of Color Theory 

The color theory provides rules to the writer to use the best possible colors and gives different choices of colors while making presentations. The students usually doing business studies frequently give presentations to their instructors related to different assignments and topics and there is high percentage of the students who like to five documented assignments very colorful to the teachers. So it is better for the students to know about the blend of best colors which are suitable and near to esthetic sense.

Color theory is just like the systematic and organized system for mixing the colors which offers the following benefits to the students:

It offers pleasing and soothing colors to the eyes of the audience

This theory helps the writer to use those colors through which the audience can read the words very Cleary

It is always better to understand the whole concept of the color theory, some people think that why to understand this theory as the eyes are there to choose but here comes the taste of the person so it is nice to learn this theory to have the comment like it’s amazing.

Types Of Colors

There are many different types of colors like the primary and the secondary one. Those colors which are not created from other colors are known as the primary colors like the red, blue and yellow. The colors which are created with the help of the primary colors are known as the secondary colors like the orange, purple and green. The third type of colors is the tertiary colors as they are made up with the combination of the secondary and the primary colors. When all the types of colors combine with each other the makes the wheel of colors, now the writers or the presenters are at the position to choose among many colors.

Choice Of Colors

The choice of the colors depends upon the writers’ choice that what the writer/presenter wants to do like contrast, affect and blending. The complementary colors are good for contrast because through this one can easily differentiate the subject/object. For giving more importance to the quotes or facts the writer can use the text in black colors on the white background because it gives a differentiation effect, on the other hand if the writer needs the low contrast then blue on black background is enough. The writer should use the dark color on the light background or light color on the dark background because this facilitates the reader to read the text properly. Analogous are those colors which offers little contrast, nature is a pure example of providing these colors. The writer should know that which color is properly associated with the particular expression so to add while writing like if the document is full of arguments and aggression then it is better to use the red color. The meaning of the specific color is different in different cultures.

The proper selection of colors is very important for the students to make while writing and drafting the document because this expresses the esthetic sense of the writer to the readers. The academic organizations should encourage the color theory among the students so that they can make good choices and blends of colors. Let the students from the very start to make the secondary and tertiary colors from the primary and the secondary one so in this way the students could be expert in choosing right color for the text.