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How Colors Affect You: What Science Reveals

Discover how color influences your brain—and how you can use those insights to your advantage—in this eye-opening course from a best-selling author and expert on design.

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p********m
February 5, 2018

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l********m
January 25, 2018

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g********m
January 20, 2018
While Professor Lidwell is clearly highly accomplished and has impressive credentials, I dislike it when instructors expect us to believe what they say simply because they're the ones that said it. The lecture series would be much better if Professor Lidwell explainined some of his own logic in why he chose not to talk about secondary colors like purple or orange, or explaining why he didn't talk about "neutral" colors like grey and brown (colors that are so overlooked that I find them mysterious and interesting). I would also like it more if he explained why he decided to cap it at the first seven colors that humans give names too, and not the first eight or nine, for example.

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