Title
Examination of the colour selection process within digital design for the Built Environment
Abstract
Colour selection within built environment visualisationinvolves the decisive arrangement and application ofcolour for the principle interpretation and organisation ofstructural and spatial information. Therefore, appropriateand accurate forms for selecting colours are necessary toensure that a full communicative visualisation can begenerated for information processing. However, itappears that whilst tools and aids are available for activecomputerised colour selection, this does not aid thevisualisation of built environment colour information.Furthermore, the selection practices of architecturaldesigners do not appear to be structured towards the goalof visualising correct information, relying on an ad hoccriterion. This paper aims to examine colour selectionmethods for the visualisation of built environment colourinformation, the tools which are involved with moderncolour selection, and assess the selection criteria involvedwithin architectural simulation practice.
Year
DOI
Venue
2003
10.1109/TPCG.2003.1206948
TPCG
Keywords
Field
DocType
visualization,built environment,solid modeling,color,digital design,spatial information,data visualisation,application software,design methodology,process design,psychology,information processing
Built environment,Data visualization,Engineering drawing,Information processing,Visualization,Design methods,Human–computer interaction,Process design,Solid modeling,Engineering,Application software
Conference
ISBN
Citations 
PageRank 
0-7695-1942-3
1
0.37
References 
Authors
10
3
Name
Order
Citations
PageRank
Paul J. Bailey110.70
Ken Manktelow210.37
Paul Olomolaiye310.37