The Mythology of Colour in Multimedia Screen Design: Art, Science, and Connoisseurship
Canadian Journal of Educational Communication Volume 24, Number 1, ISSN 0710-4340
Summarizes the results of literature on color use in multimedia screen design for instructional purposes. Discusses problems and the lack of guidance for instructional designers. Suggests renewed research and the development of a connoisseurial approach to screen design, which values the contributions of both research and aesthetic experience. (Author/AEF)
Misanchuk, E.R. & Schwier, R.A. (1995). The Mythology of Colour in Multimedia Screen Design: Art, Science, and Connoisseurship. Canadian Journal of Educational Communication, 24(1), 3-26.
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