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Color Theory

Color Theory: Monochromatic color is a classic color strategy

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Monochromatic is s type of color theory defined by a set of colors that all have the same hue, scaled from light to dark. Monochromatic colors can be found on a color wheel, and are often created by mixing colors of the same hue.

Monochromatic colors are classic and elegant and can be used in a variety of design…




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Kristi Pelzel

Kristi Pelzel

U.S-Africa Analyst, University Faculty Adjunct, and Communications Consultant. M.A. Georgetown University.

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