Interaction of Color
Yale University Press, Mobile App
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The Interaction of Color app brings Josef Albers’s masterwork to the digital realm. Originally published in 1963, Interaction of Color, is considered one of the most influential books on color. It is often regarded as the classic design school text book that introduced generations of students, artists, and designers to Albers’s unique ideas of color. The digital edition provides simple and seamless access to the entire book. You can read the full text of the book and browse and interact with over 125 color plates and plate commentary. You can watch original video commentary by experts explaining Albers's principles and interviews with contemporary practitioners, including graphic and textile designers, artists, and architects. Over 60 interactive studies are available for users to create, save, and export their palettes and final designs. The book inspires readers to think more deeply about color and we think the app will do the same!
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Potion Design
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Yale University Press
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The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation
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Blood Brothers
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