Posts Tagged: Colour Perception

A Colourful take on Homework

I don’t remember the last time I did proper homework but earlier this week I knuckled down and completed the preparatory exercises for my one-day NCS colour course with Marilyn Sturgeon tomorrow Friday. The work involved reading through their online

A Colourful take on Homework

I don’t remember the last time I did proper homework but earlier this week I knuckled down and completed the preparatory exercises for my one-day NCS colour course with Marilyn Sturgeon tomorrow Friday. The work involved reading through their online

Brandseen game screenshot

Guess the Colour of the Logo

I came across this fun game called Brandseen after it was featured in DesignTaxi. Brandseen, although the name doesn’t really give it away much, is essentially a colour memory test using the corporate colours of some of the world’s most

Brandseen game screenshot

Guess the Colour of the Logo

I came across this fun game called Brandseen after it was featured in DesignTaxi. Brandseen, although the name doesn’t really give it away much, is essentially a colour memory test using the corporate colours of some of the world’s most

How Culture Conditions the Colours We See

As part of my research I read an essay entitled How Culture Conditions the Colours We See, by Umberto Eco, included in the book On Signs, edited by Marshall Blonsky . In this post I have included significant quotes from

How Culture Conditions the Colours We See

As part of my research I read an essay entitled How Culture Conditions the Colours We See, by Umberto Eco, included in the book On Signs, edited by Marshall Blonsky . In this post I have included significant quotes from

How well can you see colour?

Just as our sense of smell and our hearing vary slightly from person to person, our ability to perceive colour is subjective too. It is generally held that women are better at perceiving colour than men because of a gene

How well can you see colour?

Just as our sense of smell and our hearing vary slightly from person to person, our ability to perceive colour is subjective too. It is generally held that women are better at perceiving colour than men because of a gene