Aaris Sherin is a New York based writer, educator and designer. She is author of the book, SustainAble: A handbook of materials and applications for graphic designers and their clients and is founder of Fit to Thrive a consulting company that is dedicated to addressing complex design-related issues can occur across media and disciplines.
"In this dynamic reference manual, Sherin (SustainAble: A Handbook of Materials and Applications for Graphic Designers and Their Clients) succinctly addresses all aspects of communication through color, providing many helpful tips and pointing out the accepted standards. Along the way, she demystifies color theory, unpacks the emotive qualities of color, and even discusses when and where a designer might break the rules. The guide is loaded with hundreds of examples of color used effectively in all sorts of design contexts, including package design, logos, advertising, web design, and information architecture. VERDICT: Students and beginning designers will learn the most from this book, but anyone who communicates visually will find it informative." -- Library Journal