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Color Theory: Using color to enhance your design

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Color Theory: Using color to enhance your design


Learn about color meaning, harmony, and how it influences the various aspects of user experience, accessibility, and interface design. Walk away with some tips and tricks for how to think about color in your own work!

About the speaker: Kedar Joyner is a UX/UI designer with a knack for programming. She currently works at the University of Wisconsin—Madison where she designs and develops software that helps support students and staff across campus. Browse Kedar's portfolio, which is perpetually out of date:

6:15-6:30pm: Group chat - feel free to join the Zoom room or arrive at The Madison Central Library Bubbler Room during this time

6:30: Introduction and presentation

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Zoom URL will be shared day-of event

The Madison Central Library is an accessible building. The Bubbler Room is located on the first floor and has at least one gender-inclusive and ADA bathroom.

All genders are welcome at this event. While this event is open to all genders, Codecinella deliberately curates spaces for and by women and nonbinary folks. Men who attend are expected to listen, and not center themselves or their experiences.

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