Wednesday, February 19th, 2020
Thursday, January 16th, 2020
Using CSS to Change the Background Color.
Using CSS to change the background color of an element worked for the most part. There is a serious bug that shows up on the third…Read More
Wednesday, January 8th, 2020
CSS Basic Gradient Pattern
CSS Gradient Cone
CSS Hue Wheel
CSS Pie Charts
Checkerboards Using Conic Gradients
…Read MoreThursday, November 21st, 2019
Trying to recreate the underwater effect from https://www.creativebloq.com/how-to/add-svg-filters-with-css.
So far, the results are not good. The source files with the tutorial are not available. I think I may be missing framework code. Either way I have not achieved the desired effect.
Experience the Ocean
Like Never…Read MoreWednesday, January 17th, 2018
2018 Pantone Color of the Year
Yes, it is that most important time of the year, when all graphic designers, manufacturers, clothing designers, interior designers,…Read MoreSaturday, June 18th, 2016
Sentences on Conceptual Art (1968) – Sol LeWitt
The Asheville Art Museum discussion board Sentences on Conceptual Art. The Sol LeWitt article published in the Art-Language in 1969.
Sol LeWitt as the master, conceptualized works. Apprentices created many of his works. By following his instructions from preliminary sketches.
2016 Pantone Color Selection
Each year, I look forward to the Pantone Color predictions.
2016 was about going back to basics.
The design craze is clean and precise.
Pure color has returned to mainstream culture.
Do color trends reflect modern society?
The selection of the top ten color predictions for 2016 is not random. The selection is a sincere reflection of our modern society.
People who work with color – do so with meaning and intent. I have spent hundreds of hours processing color photography. I have trained my eye for Color Correction. While training my brain with Color Theory classes and study. And in the everyday job of creating artwork with an in-depth knowledge of color limitation for print and the web.
For people like me, color is much more than a general interest.
A bold statement with muted colors
Muted Pink and Boy are the core color values for 2016. Normally, the core color value is only one color. For the first time, Pantone included two core colors.
The muted pink and blue is a strong statement in the role of equality. In 2016, the role of men and women in society is evolving. Core values are changing. A redefining of the gender role has happened.
And here we are, the muted pink and blue – one no louder than the other – on an equal playing field. A bold statement with muted colors.Friday, February 19th, 2016
Yes, to experimental video content.
I learn so much from seeing strange uses of visuals. The early uses of video to capture the world from a different point of view inspires me. I watch the following video and am able to see visual trends. The effects that are born in…Read More