Designing with Color

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Designing with Color

  1. 1. Designing with With
  2. 2. Copyright Notice This presentation and all supporting materials are the intellectual property of Rockin’ Belles, LLC, the owner of the JuJuBelle® brand. No part of it may be used for any purpose other than training of a JuJuBelle® Independent Consultant without prior written permission from Rockin’ Belles, LLC. Published February, 2014
  3. 3. WHAT IS COLOR? I never thought about it this way before…
  4. 4. It’s LIGHT!!!
  5. 5. Color is found
  6. 6. To learn color theory….go back to First Grade…. Primary Colors
  7. 7. When you combined those, you got? Secondary Colors
  8. 8. + Equals???
  9. 9. Tertiary Colors Red + Orange = Red Orange Yellow + Orange = Yellow Orange Yellow + Green = Yellow Green Blue + Green = Blue Green Red + Purple = Red Violet Blue + Purple = Blue-Violet
  10. 10. The Color Wheel
  11. 11. Within each color…infinite possibilities!
  12. 12. Definitions & Formulas
  13. 13. Color “Values” Value is the visual “weight” of a color. – Pastels are lighter – Jewel tones are heavier.
  14. 14. WHICH COLORS LOOK GOOD TOGETHER? I don’t know how to put them together!
  15. 15. How do you choose good colors? • There are basic formulas, including: – Monochromatic – Analogous – Complementary – Triadic • Within each formula, try to use colors having similar values.
  16. 16. Monochromatic: All the same color
  17. 17. Yellow&Violet
  18. 18. TRIADIC
  19. 19. Red-Blue-Yellow Triad
  20. 20. Green-Purple-Orange Triad
  21. 21. You don’t have to remember all that…. Just buy a color-wheel!
  22. 22. WHAT DO I DO NOW? How does this help my business?
  23. 23. Using Color Theory in Your Business • Use your inventory to create an example of each of the formulas shown here. Display those at your next show or fair. • When customers aren’t sure what “goes with” a piece they like, just rely on color theory to guide them. • Is there a color you never wear, or dislike? Make something with it! • Give a five minute color theory lesson at your next home party and then put out color wheels and challenge everyone to make something. • Organize fobs by color: ROY. G. BIV red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet
  24. 24. QUESTIONS? Thank you for being here!

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