Color Scheme - Examples of Media Where Color Schemes Are Used

Examples of Media Where Color Schemes Are Used

  • Graphic design
  • Product packaging
  • Logo design
  • Advertising
  • Graphical user interfaces
    • Window managers such as GNOME, KDE and Blackbox.
    • Irix 4dwm's GUI uses more color schemes, whose information is stored in files named BaseColorPalette.
  • The World Wide Web
    • Cascading Style Sheets allow easily-editable color schemes to be applied to HTML webpages.
  • Publishing
    • Modern magazines use a range of colors in text and imagery which tend not to conform to a specific set of colors throughout the magazine.
  • Interior design
  • Video Games
  • Art

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