Color on the Web II: Design for Clarity and Compliance Premium class

Geri Coady, Designer & Illustrator

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11 Videos (52m)
    • Trailer

    • Introduction

    • How it Affects People

    • What Does It Look Like?

      What Does it Look Like.pdf
    • Color Names

      Color Names.pdf
    • Color-Specific Instructions

      Color-Specific Instructions.pdf
    • Compliance and Testing

      Compliance and Testing.pdf
    • Getting Started

      Getting Started.pdf
    • Keeping it Consistent

    • Color in Icons

    • Style Guides

      Style Guides.pdf

About This Class

Learn by doing: Using class guidelines in color strategy and workflow, apply 1 effective color palette to the Bikebook website mock-up.

Give any website a consistent, clear, and all-access color palette with designer Geri Coady’s second class on color. In 50 minutes, learn how to design for color blindness, implement your palette in Illustrator, and create a color style guide for colleagues, developers, and clients. This class puts color in action.

Want more color theory? Check out Geri Coady's first class, Color on the Web I: Design Cohesive Palettes.

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This course gives an excellent step-by-step introduction to the application of colour in web design and factors to consider with colour usage.
Richard L

Designer, Illustrator

I especially enjoyed learning about how to design for color blind people. This is a really great class on color. Thanks
Wow, if I had to choose one word to describe this class it would be "awareness". This course will change the way you think about color on the Web. Geri touched on the 60/30/10 rule, correct color contrasts for web accessibility, and ways that colors hinder user experiences. Well done!





Geri Coady

Designer & Illustrator


Geri Coady is a color-obsessed freelance designer and illustrator (and occasional photographer) working in St. John's, Newfoundland — the oldest and most Easterly city in North America.

She's been active in the design industry for over a decade, most recently as an art director at a Canadian advertising agency. She's worked with clients of all sizes in the private and public sector and recently illustrated a book for Scholastic UK.

Geri is the author of Pocket Guide to Colour Accessibility published by Five Simple Steps and speaks about the topic at conferences worldwide. In 2014, she was voted as Net Magazine's Designer of the Year.

She's also a long-time supporter of the Skills Canada organization, where she volunteers as a provincial technical committee member and coach for the web design and development competition.