ID-102 - Applied Color for Designers - Patrick Tremblay
|Course:||Applied Color for Designers|
Hello, I have been instructing for 15 years at College of the Canyons, and I have been in this industry for 35 years as a business owner and designer. I expect you to come to class prepared to learn the methods of using color in design to become a successful designer, decorator, home stager, and consultant.
Students will show use of vocabulary associated with color theory and color systems through projects and/or quizzes. Students will be able to identify, create and change hues, and values through the use of pigmented and/or digital color. Students will show how to create color harmony appropriate for applications using textile, textures, and other surface finishes through projects and color boards.
Students will develop an understanding of the psychology of color as applied to the emotional needs of the user or client, creating a 2-D and/or 3-D presentation to convey design solutions in a professional and appropriate manner.
What to Expect in this Course
Everything is scheduled weekly, including assignments, PowerPoint exams, and finals. Please read your schedule, your reading assignments, and complete your assignments as specified in your schedule for this course.
We expect you to have the internet, a reliable computer, and a means to communicate with your instructor and fellow students. You will also need ZOOM with the class weekly.
Take part in class discussions, do your assignments, and follow along with the schedule.
You can download a free copy of a ZOOM account at www.zoom.us.com
Types of Assessments
There will be weekly written assignments, Power Points, exams, discussions, journal entries, and class participation.
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
Color In Interior
Design by John Pile
Published in 1997 (try to find a used one)
Publisher: McGraw Hill.
The Complete Color Harmony, Pantone Edition: Expert Color Information for Professional Results
by Leatice Eiseman Oct. 26, 2017
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Last updated: 01/05/2022 Sub#: 1212