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Color Theory

If you have a window nearby, look out. In the natural world, you have a wide range of colors. There's everything from the bright green of a new leaf to the shocking orange of an Arizona sunset. Between these bold extremes, nature shows her subtle hand—a soft blue sky, a slate gray rock, the light tan patches on a cat's fur.

The computer environment is more limited than nature, and when you take a closer look at the Web environment, these limitations become even more stringent. Yet, an understanding of the colors that exist and how they work gives you an undeniable edge when it comes to using color that leaves a lasting impression.


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