Workshop Friday, Sept. 1 (1:30-3:30): Colorizing Digital Media and Visualization: Using Mobile and Online Apps

Workshop: Colorizing Digital Media and Visualization: Using Mobile and Online Apps
Friday, September 1 from 1:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Hunt Library, Creativity Studio
Free and open to NC State students, faculty and staff, but pre-registration is required. Register here.
This workshop is a hands-on session that teaches attendees how to use online and mobile apps to successfully capture, analyze, apply and store color schemes for use in infographics and visual analytics. You will learn how to apply color harmony to your own digital media and visualizations. We will cover how to effectively use online tools like ColorBrewer and Paletton’s Color Scheme Designer as well as mobile apps like Adobe Capture and Pantone Studio. We also address evaluations for color deficiencies using the Vizcheck or Coblis systems. All of these color suggestion tools are accessible online for your continued use in creating new visualizations. Please bring your laptop and mobile device (tablet and/or phone) as well as small JPEG examples of your digital media for performing color analyses during the hands-on session.
About the Instructor:
Theresa-Marie Rhyne is an expert in the field of computer-generated visualization and a consultant who specializes in applying artisticcolor theories to visualization and digital media. She has consulted with the Stanford University Visualization Group on a color suggestion prototype system, the Center for Visualization at the University of California at Davis and the Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute at the University of Utah on applying color theory to ensemble data visualization. In 2016, CRC Press published her book on “Applying Color Theory to Digital Media and Visualization”. Prior to her consulting work, from 2005 – 2009, Theresa-Marie was Director of the Renaissance Computing Institute’s Engagement Facility at NC State University (RENCI@NCSU) and the Center for Visualization and Analytics in NCSU’s Computer Science Department.

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