You can stop struggling trying to figure out how to describe a color – is it pink? Green? Blue? Purple?
Feels good doesn’t it?
Relief from the frustrating visual gymnastics you’ve experienced comes in the form of a simple, easy Hue Family notation.
Hue family notations can be traced back to spectral data/color data values – it’s like a color’s DNA.
When we have objective hue family notations, we can plot colors on The Color Strategist Color Wheel using classic color theories you already know and understand.
The Color Strategist Color Wheel literally draws a picture for us of what colors go together so we can see how colors compare in terms of hue family and overtones.
Overtone means a color could have a hue bias towards a neighboring hue family; either clockwise or counterclockwise on the color wheel.
I teach you all about how that works in easy-to-follow, step-by-step Lessons in my online course called The Four Pillars of Color course.
In the mean time, here’s more information about my color wheel.