Colors: Learning Color

Created: Friday, April 5, 2019, posted by Geetesh at 12:43 pm

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Quick – what’s a better slide color: gray or red? Almost everyone will say gray is far better as a slide color than red. Most of the time we agree, but then, color in itself is a fickle subject because what may work most of the time may not work in a different scenario. Worse, a color that’s not imaginable as a slide color may look attractive. Yes, stranger things have happened in the unexplainable world of color.

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