8.5" x 11" laminated color reference card, 3-hole punched. A color wheel for web designers to visualize the symmetries among the colors they can use for their sites. Designed to be inserted in a portfolio when visiting clients to help the discussion of color schemes. Color chips are grouped by hue: all shades of the same hue are touching. Each color shows the hexadecimal HTML code, which is internal to web pages, and the decimal RGB color code used in most web and graphics design tools. Includes a color blindness reference to help prevent making sites that depend on color distinctions 1 in 12 men can't make. Visual index helps you find a color by code number. Color arrangement was designed by the author at Adobe's request for Photoshop, ImageReady and Illustrator, and is now available for several other tools.
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Bob Stein, email@example.com, writes, publishes and sells Color and HTML reference laminated cards, charts and mouse pads. He is Chief Technology Spelunker, and most everything else, of VisiBone.com. He designed the color-wheel swatch libraries in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, ImageReady and Bare Bones BBEdit.Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
Here are the 216 colors most widely supported by web browsers. Colors are grouped by hue. Touching color chips have the same hue. Swatch libraries with this color layout are available for several design tools. visibone.com
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