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Color in Design

The name of the spectral color Hue
The brightness or dullness of the color Intensity
The light and darks of the color Value
The intensity or purity of a color Chroma
Basic hues from which all other colors are made except black & white Primary colors
When two primary hues are mixed Secondary colors
Made by mixing one primary color and one secondary color that are located right beside each other on the color wheel Intermediate/tertiary colors
Blue/purple/green/ Cool colors
Colors made by mixing a color with white Tint
The amount of light that passes through a color Opacity
Red/yellow/orange Warm colors
white/black/gray/brown Neutral colors
Colors made by mixing colors with black Shades
Colors made by mixing colors with gray Tones
Shades and tints of one color Monochromatic
Colors that are directly opposite on the color wheel Complementary
Colors that are side by side on the color wheel Analogous
Three colors that are located equidistance apart on the color wheel Triad colors
Created by: richars1