Color in Practice: Getting Personal with Palettes

Color in Practice: Getting Personal with Palettes

For this final installment of my Color in Practice blog series, I’ll take a closer look at how to go beyond the rainbow and how to apply color theory concepts into your design work.

Color in Practice: Getting Personal with Palettes

While everyone’s personal aesthetic and favorite colors to use are different, learning why certain palettes work—and how to improve upon them—can lead to new opportunities for experimentation, evolution, and improvement.

Previously:
Covered in This Post:
  1. Other Types of Color
  2. Using Color More Adventurously
  3. Homework
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Things That Should Be in Every Book

Can you think of a fitting example from a book you’ve recently read?

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Bookstagram – Patched Up

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Word of the Week

Word of the Week October 17-23: Exclaim

Word of the Week is designed to bring you a little luck and a lot of fun in the days to come. This week’s word is…

Word of the Week October 17-23: Exclaim

Exclaim

Make a statement with your actions this week that feels authentic. Embody your inner exclamation mark. Be loud! Be extravagant! Be okay with standing out!

Tip of the Week: Stay dependable this week! Keep your word and be on time for others.


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Quote of the Day – The Best at It

Quote of the Day

I look around the room. Boys, boys, boys everywhere. Boys with perfect smiles. Boys with hair gelled up into flawless little spikes. Boys waving headshots in each other’s faces. None of them looks anywhere near as nervous as I feel.

The Best at It by Maulik Pancholy

60/60 Reading Update for 2021

10 Middle Grade Books I Want to Read in 2021

This year, I decided to try a scaling reading goal, adjusting my Goodreads tracker up by another 10 books whenever I’m able to complete the current challenge.

To date, I’ve read over 60 books, so my new goal is set to 70. Per tradition, I’m featuring another stack of books I’d love to read in the near future.

10 Middle Grade Books I Want to Read in 2021
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