As a color & material designer, we are visual creatures and we rely on our
eyes to teach us about our environment; the better our observational abilities become, the more we see. Visual perception can be increased and refined, which may lead to discovery and invention.
These exercises are built on the understanding that we never see a color as it actually is. Color is more than a spectrum of reflected light frequencies that can be fixed to names. I discovered through hands-on exercises and keen observation that color can deceive and always acts in context.