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Tuesday, 24 June 2014

How to write a SIWES report

An Industrial Training Report is an intriguing yet stressful write-up. It is quite simple but requires a little hard-work. To write a good report, the following points must be addressed:
1. Acknowledgement: This is a page write-up of taking note of the persons who have influenced your SIWES experience, from where you did your training to parents and friends. It may be less than a page or more but it’s necessary that it doesn’t interfere with any other section. Any new topic should start from a complete new page.

Sunday, 22 June 2014

Understanding basic colour schemes

The image above shows the color wheel and their combination. The color wheel is made up of three basic set of colors. The primary colors, the secondary colors and tertiary colors. The primary colors are made up of red, blue and yellow. The secondary colors are made up of orange (gotten from yellow + red), green (gotten from yellow + blue) and violet (gotten from blue + red). The tertiary colors are yellow-orange, yellow-green, blue-green, blue-violet, red-violet, and red-orange. The color schemes are
1 Monochromatic scheme: This is based on two or more variations of same colour. It is the use of one colour but with various shades and tints of the major colour. For example, a carpet of deep blue-green with furniture being a lighter value and a wall of third value i.e. a much lighter colour.

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