New York, NY (PRWEB) March 04, 2014
In the last few months alone, Color911 has received a remarkable amount of recognition by prominent media sources, both online and on TV. More recently, the Color911 app received considerable attention from attendees at the Design Tech Summit in Las Vegas, Nevada. At the convention, Amy Wax presented her highly-regarded Color911 app, showcasing its many features and capabilities to the audience of design and tech professionals.
Color911 was selected as one of the “Top 12 Apps to Download in 2014” by the well-known design professional, Caitlin Flemming, and has been mentioned in several blog posts as a priceless tool to use for everything from kitchen design to fashion color inspiration. It has also been featured on TV by designer Tam Stone and on The History Channel’s “Appwatch”, the station’s highly acclaimed news program. Embraced by users and the media alike, This Old House has designated Color911 as a “Must Have Innovation” and named it a Top 100 Best New Home Product of the year, recognizing Color911 for its ingenuity, originality and functionality.
This month for the first time ever, three major design and building industries came together to share their newest and latest products at one joint convention in Las Vegas. KBIS (Kitchen and Bath Industry), IBS (International Builders Show) and IWCE (International Window Coverings Expo) joined forces this February for three days of showcasing the newest and most advanced products on the market. The Design Tech Summit held a forum specializing in technology for the design industry, which highlighted Color911 as an innovative design app for the industry professionals.
Color911 was the only app specializing in color that was asked to present at the important event. During the presentation, participants of the Design Tech Summit in Las Vegas downloaded the app to their iPhones and iPads right from their seats after seeing firsthand the many valuable features that Color911 has to offer. It has been referred to as a “priceless tool” for anyone who uses color- personally or professionally.
The Color911 app was designed by award-winning color expert, Amy Wax, to be user-friendly, helpful, and inspirational. Its attractive interface and intuitive applications provide a universal appeal to all who love color and/or design, requiring no background knowledge or learning time to begin using the app. Playing with the app’s many features provides users with a rewarding, creative experience.
To find out more information about the app, visit Color11.com. To download the app in iTunes, go to: https://itunes.apple.com/app/color911/id586925023?mt=8&ign-mpt=uo%3D2. Amy Wax is available for interviews upon request.
About Amy Wax:
Amy Wax, the owner of Your Color Source Studios, Inc. has been a successful color consultant who has been nationally recognized for her expertise. Author of two best-selling books titled Can’t Fail Color Schemes published by Creative Homeowner, she has received numerous awards on her work including “Book of the Year” and is an Independent Publishers Award gold medal winner. Amy is a former President of the International Association of Color Consultants of North America, and is the first color consultant to be granted the HUE award from Benjamin Moore, where she was rewarded for her ‘immense talent and vision in the world of color’. Amy created the Color911 app, credited as the best app of its kind and a must have for people that enjoy the use of color as much as she does! For more information, please visit: http://www.color911.com.
Color911 is a unique tool for color help at your fingertips. Among the many features it allows the user to create one's own colors, providing extensive creative inspiration and ways to organize and communicate your color and design plans. User-friendly, this easy-to-use app provides color help and inspiration. Color911 encourages the user to explore many ways of finding colors that inspire. It also provides valuable tools for capturing the colors with remarkable accuracy from any image at any time. Color911 has been referred to as a priceless design tool for anyone who uses color.