1 January 2001 When product designers use perceptually based color tools
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J. of Electronic Imaging, 10(1), (2001). doi:10.1117/1.1336803
Abstract
Palette synthesis and analysis tools have been built based upon a model of color experience. This model adjusts formal compositional elements such as hue, value, chroma, and their contrasts, as well as size and proportion. Clothing and household product designers were given these tools to guide their selection of seasonal palettes in the production of the private-label merchandise in a large retail chain. The designers chose base palettes. Accents to these palettes were generated with and without the aid of the color tools. These palettes are compared by using perceptual metrics and interviews. The results are presented.
Walter R. Bender, "When product designers use perceptually based color tools," Journal of Electronic Imaging 10(1), (1 January 2001). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.1336803
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Product engineering

Visualization

Data modeling

Colorimetry

Gold

Visual process modeling

Computer aided design

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