Yale University Press announced a new iPad app for Josef Albers’ influential 1963 book Interaction of Color. The app (free to download, but the full digital edition is $9.99) has the full text as well as a variety of digital interactive enhancements, including a new color palette tool which allows users to engage in the hands-on experimentation with color that Albers placed at the center of his work with students; over 125 of the original color studies; archival video of Albers in the classroom; original video commentary by experts explaining Albers’ principles; and interviews with leading designers and artists explaining how they use color in their professional practices.
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