Do you know what the Chromostereopsis Effect is?

Every specialty has its own insider lingo, and graphic design is no different… We’ve got some jargon! Let’s hear your guesses (Hey, cheater, no Google searching).

What do you think “the chromostereopsis effect” means?

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So, how did you do?

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With nearly 20 years of experience (and a more-than-passing-interest in color theory), we know all the jargon (and we can explain it if you want us to)… We know all the rules, so we know when to break them, when to use them, and when to say “time for new rules”.

I have nothing against beginners and DIY-ers! Sometimes that’s where you are. (It’s where I was too at first). Here’s a whole blog post we wrote to help you learn about the chromostereopsis effect, how to avoid it, and how to fix it:

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About the Author

Laura Kline

Laura Kline is a graphic designer and communications specialist. She has a master's degree in media design and over 18 years of experience working with agencies, businesses, and nonprofit organizations of all sizes.

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