Part 1 Measuring colour: Colour perception; Colour description/specification systems; Instrumental colour measurement; Colour quality evaluation; A practical guide to visual evaluation of textile samples. Part 2 Managing colour: Colour simulation of textiles; Effective colour communication from mind to market; Controlling colorant formulation; Controlling digital colour printing on textiles; Colour management across the supply chain; Quality assurance management for coloured goods.
Managing colour from the design stage to the finished product can be a difficult activity as colour perception is subjective and can therefore be inconsistent. Total colour management in textiles covers all aspects of managing colour from the design stage to the final product, ensuring that the designer’s vision is fulfilled in the finished colour. There have been many new developments in the area of colour measurement and colour perception which are discussed. These include discussion of the sensory effect of colour for design and use in product development, and digital colour simulation.
- Concentrates on managing colour from the design stage to the finished product
- Provides a comprehensive discussion on the many aspects of textile colour management
- Written with an industrial applications viewpoint
Graphic designers, merchandisers, product development specialists and anyone who uses color in their work; Academics and students researching textiles, fashion, design, fine arts, or any color related subjects.
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- © Woodhead Publishing 2006
- 31st January 2006
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…provides a comprehensive understanding of many aspects of colour management with industrial applications in mind., Eurostitch
…will prove invaluable for individuals from a variety of disciplines and organization levels., The Textile Journal
Dr John Xin is an associate professor in the Institute of Textiles and Clothing at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He is a Charted Colourist of the Society of Dyers and Colourists, UK and a panel member of the International Editorial Board of Coloration Technology published by the Society of Dyers and Colourists.
Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong