When looking for
to online design problems the web is generally helpful.
I have found solace from a wide source of technical sites.
As I follow links, trails and dead-ends my mind opens to the
colors of the 15 bit palette,
4096 colors, colour spaces, reduced pallettes, colour flash, color dialogs and pseudo-random dither.
The technical diversity of the internet is a great challenge. Operating systems and applications' colour
spaces don't meet or even talk.
Certain people keep appearing on the jump-lists for COLOR HELP ON THE WEB....
Look for Lynda Weinman's online advice,
expanded in her excellent "Coloring Web Graphics" book.
In San Francisco, Bruce Fraser, Scottish, is harder to find online but his book "Real World Photoshop"
is a must for computer-color space understanding, particularly in relationship to offset litho printing.
Keep a lookout and do searches
with his name from time to time.
I find that no one site or person has the answers to my questions so I keep looking.
Look towards Canada for
Victor Engel, from Advanced Revelation Software for some
advice and a long list of computer-colour related links.
The word from
See an animated
journey through the 6x6x6 color cube supplied by William I. Johnston, Massascusets.
A useful note
from SUN on PC and UNIX systems color.
HMTL 3.2 draft comment
from Austin, Texas
Use Dougie's Color Picker in
The Joy of Hex, Minnesota has online
functionality as does Mediarama's Color Page
The Thalia: Guide: Color page
from Katholicke University Computing department, Nijmegen, Holland, is a useful, expanse site.
Visit ColorLab in Spain for
Go to ColorCenter from Idaho for a well thought out
for your colour HTML tags
Web Engineer's Toolbox: 256 Color Picker,
is part of Kira's web toolbox, a very professional site. I imagine there is a printed version too.
And finally a
image of color as it appears on a black and white monitor.
There are however other apects to questions of colour.