#Nixplore Orange

#Nixplore Orange

Nixplore Blog: How To Use Orange in Design The final week of Nix Color Column is coming to and end… Earlier this week we took a look at what orange represents, orange on the visible spectrum of light and how it affects human vision, the most popular shades of orange throughout history, and trending shades of orange today. (Read more) In this final #Nixplore orange blog we will take a look

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Color Column: Orange

Color Column: Orange

The color of adventure and social communication. What does orange represent? Orange combines the energy of red and the happiness of yellow. It is associated with joy, sunshine, and the tropics. Orange represents enthusiasm, fascination, happiness, creativity, determination, attraction, success, encouragement, and stimulation. Studies show that the orange color can create physical effects such as increased hunger, heightened sense of activity, increased socialization, stimulated mental activity, increased oxygen supply to the brain,

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#Nixplore Red

#Nixplore Red

Nixplore Blog: How To Use Red in Design Week Eleven of Nix Color Column: Red is coming to an end… Earlier this week we took a look at what red represents, red in optics and color science, the most popular shades of red throughout history, and trending shades of red today. (Read more). In this #Nixplore red blog we will take a look at how the Nix Mini Color Sensor is

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Color Column: Red

Color Column: Red

What does red represent? The color red is an intense color that is packed with emotion ranging from passionate, intense love to anger and violence. Studies show that the color red can create physical effects such as elevated blood pressure, enhanced libido, increased respiratory rates, enhanced metabolism, increased enthusiasm, higher levels of energy, and increased confidence. Red around the world  In China, red is used for good luck and represents happiness

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#Nixplore Pink

#Nixplore Pink

Nixplore Blog: How To Use Pink in Design Week Ten of Nix Color Column: Pink is coming to an end… Earlier this week we took a look at what pink represents, pink in optics and color science, and the most popular shades of pink throughout history (Read more). In this #Nixplore pink blog we will take a look at how the Nix Mini Color Sensor is the perfect tool to

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Color Column: Pink

Color Column: Pink

What does pink represent? The color pink is the color of universal love of oneself and of others. Pink represents friendship, affection, harmony, inner peace, compassion, nurturing and approachability. Both red and pink represent love. The color red represents heat and passion, while the color pink represents romance and charm. Pink is made up from a combination of red and white which is where it gets some of its characteristics from. The deeper the

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#Nixplore Magenta

#Nixplore Magenta

Nixplore Blog: How To Use Magenta in Design Week Nine of Nix Color Column: Magenta is coming to an end… Earlier this week we took a look at what magenta represents, how the human eye precieves magenta, and the making of magenta (Read more). In this #Nixplore magenta blog we will take a look at how the Nix Mini Color Sensor is the perfect tool to either find digital color

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Color Column: Magenta

Color Column: Magenta

What is the color magenta? Magenta is a color that is variously defined as purplish-red, reddish-purple, purplish, or mauvish-crimson. Hex: #FF00FF RGB: 255, 0, 255 CMYK: 0, 100, 0, 0 HSV: 300°, 100%, 100% What does magenta represent? Magenta is the color of universal harmony and emotional balance. Its contains the passion, power and energy of red, restrained by the introspection and quiet energy of violet. It promotes compassion, kindness and cooperation. The color magenta is a color of cheerfulness,

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#Nixplore Mauve

#Nixplore Mauve

  Nixplore Blog: How To Use Mauve in Design Week eight of Nix Color Column: Mauve is coming to an end! Can you believe there are only four more weeks to go? There is so much to discover in the world of color… This is why the Nix Color Column is the perfect way to learn more about the history of color, and how we can apply color into our

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Color Column: Mauve

Color Column: Mauve

What is the color mauve? Mauve is a pale purple color that sits between violet and pink in the color wheel, named after the mallow flower, also called mauve in French. Today, the name mauve has remained the more popular name. Interestingly, mauve became a color name in the late 1700s, according to the Oxford English Dictionary. Mauve can be difficult to pin point. However, you may notice that mauve contains more grey and more blue than a

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