Color theory geek? Check out Interaction of Color, a classic design book turned interactive iPad app

Color theory geek? Check out Interaction of Color, a classic design book turned interactive iPad app

If you’ve ever spent time studying color theory, odds are you’ll know the name Josef Albers, or at least his book: Interaction of Color.

The 1963 classic is an excellent way to truly understand one of the most important elements of design, color, but since books are now as passĂ© as the phrase “passĂ©,” you might want to check out Interaction of Color for iPad, by Yale University.

Breathing new life into the text, Yale’s app edition adds interactive color studies, a palette tool and videos. The app’s free to try, but to truly take advantage of it, you’ll want to unlock the full text with a $9.99 in-app purchase.

Again, this isn’t for you if you aren’t a budding designer or color theory-obsessed. If you are, however, you won’t want to miss it.

Check out the app via the link below and let us know what you think in the comments!

➀ Interaction of Color for iPad (via NOTCOT)

Image credit: Thinkstock

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