July 5th, 2012
Color. We’ve been chasing this topic for a long time. It’s important. It can be tricky. And now, it’s on the virtual seminar program. And we couldn’t have a better person to cover it for you—Molly Holzschlag.
Designing with color often is a matter of personal preference. But your success in designing a usable, accessible, and internationalized website relies upon your understanding of the physiology, sociology, and color perceptions of your users.
In our July 24 virtual seminar Color: Designing for a Global User Experience, Molly Holzchlag teaches you how gender, culture, and visual impairments affect color perception and understanding. You’ll leave this fascinating seminar with a new appreciation for the term, “the world-wide web,” whenever you make color choices.
In Molly’s seminar you’ll learn to:
- Understand common cultural influences on color perception
- Use color to inspire or deter emotional responses
- Examine typical gender reactions to color
- Accommodate visual impairments with smart color choices
If you’ve ever struggled to choose colors suited to men and women in various cultures or use-cases, then this seminar is for you.Tweet