So much goes into the way you perceive color, including light, genetics, the environment, human traits, and even fatigue. You may also be among the 1 in 255 women and 1 in 12 men who have some form of color vision deficiency. Our online color challenge is a fun way to better understand your color vision acuity.
Regardless of your color vision acuity, if you are communicating, evaluating, or approving color from a new location your eyes may trick you into making different color decisions.
Here are some resources to help you understand the basics of color.
Blog | Learn how we see color, the impact color perception can have on printing, manufacturing, and photography, and how the environment and human traits can affect the way we see color.
Blog | Objects themselves do not have color. Instead, colorants and ink interact with light to send our brains a color message. Learn how the truth about color can help you make the best color decisions.
eLearning | Free for a limited time, this self-paced, six-module course explains why communicating color by the numbers is the best way to ensure everyone is speaking the same color language.
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