What is purple? If you think of the word, it probably brings to mind a combination of blues and reds. But what if I told you that in fact, purple is not a color at all? That’s right! Purple is just the result of combining blue and red light. This cool fact may seem insignificant but it turns out that understanding how colors mix can help us understand how we perceive colors as well. In this blog post, we will explore some interesting facts about mixing colors as well as see why understanding them can be so important for designers.

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Purple is just the result of combining blue and red light. This cool fact may seem insignificant but it turns out that understanding how colors mix can help us understand how we perceive colors as well. In this blog post, we will explore some interesting facts about mixing colors as well as see why understanding them can be so important for designers. -A color wheel is a tool used to show all of the different types of hues on one graph in order from warmest (red) to coolest (blue). It’s also useful because you always know which direction you’re going when following these steps: start with your three base colors and move clockwise around the wheel before crossing over into another area.

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