Tuesday, 15 March 2011



When we describe a colour as "light" or "dark", we are discussing its value or "brightness". This property of colour tells us how light or dark a colour is based on how close it is to white. For instance, canary yellow would be considered lighter than navy blue which in turn is lighter than black. Therefore, the value of canary yellow is higher than navy blue and black. Click here to find out why humans are very sensitive to a colour’s value/brightness

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