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Assignment 2 ‐ (50%)
Report: Critical analysis of colour application
This assignment develops the student’s ability to research, critically analyse & discuss information
relevant to colour theory & application. Students are to select an existing example of architecture,
art or applied design of their choice (graphic, interior, product, textile, urban design, etc).
Choose at least three topics studied in this course that are relevant to your example and
Use the table below for some ideas or discover your own topics
Identify any weaknesses or strengths in the colour design that help or hinder your example –
NOTE: The aim of this assignment is to demonstrate your understanding of the information/ readings
for this course. Choose your example wisely.
Submit as a fully referenced (APA format) essay of no more then 1000 words.
Assignment 2 due 7 June 11:59pm
Colour & cultural differences
Colour & symbolic association
Categories of Colour
Examining the Attributes of colour
Theories Applications Techniques – Prehistory
Theories Applications Techniques – Middle Ages
Theories Applications Techniques – Renaissance
The Experience of Colour
Visual Perception & Colour
Colour & Human Response
Colour Therapy & Colour Psychology
Theories of Colour of 18th and 19th Centuries
Colour Theories: 20th to 21st Century
Colour Models & Common Constructs
Seven Types of Colour Contrast (Itten, 1961)
Colour Combination Techniques
Late submissions of assignment will not be accepted without a genuine reason.
Assessment feedback provided within three weeks of final submission date. Written feedback will be
Work of outstanding quality on the learning outcomes of the subject, which may be
demonstrated in areas such as experimentation with materials, techniques and
processes, ability to interpret diverse sets of ideas and practices into creative works,
criticism and ability to analyse and reflect upon research. This grade may also be
given to recognise particular originality or creativity.
Work of superior quality on the learning outcomes of the subject, demonstrating a
sound grasp of content, together with efficient organisation and selectivity.
Work of good quality showing more than satisfactory achievement on the learning