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Blue is often used to decorate offices because research has shown that people are more productive and creative when working in blue rooms. The benefits and palette are similar to the square color scheme, but because each hue is closer to one other on the color wheel, they’re organized into natural pairs. The Meaning of the Colors de Craen AJ, Roos PJ, de Vries AL, Kleijnen J (1996). "Effect of colour of drugs: systematic review of perceived effect of drugs and of their effectiveness". BMJ. 313 (7072): 1624–1626. doi: 10.1136/bmj.313.7072.1624. PMC 2359128. PMID 8991013. These are important terms to understand because they allow us to talk more in-depth about colors and color theory. Hue a b Elliot AJ (2015-04-02). "Color and psychological functioning: a review of theoretical and empirical work". Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 368. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00368. PMC 4383146. PMID 25883578.

Labrecque, Lauren Isabelle (2010). "The marketer's prismatic palette: Essays on the importance of color in marketing with implications for brand personality". Doctoral Dissertations Available from Proquest .AAI3409617.: 1–147. You already know all the concepts and classifications, so below, we’ll walk you through how to choose the best colors for your design. Step 1: Understand Who Your Audience Is a b Kawasaki M, Yamaguchi Y (January 2012). "Effects of subjective preference of colors on attention-related occipital theta oscillations". NeuroImage. 59 (1): 808–814. doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2011.07.042. PMID 21820064. Deng X, Hui SK, Huntchinson J (2010). "Consumer preferences for color combinations: An empirical analysis of similarity-based color". Journal of Consumer Psychology. 20 (4): 476–484. doi: 10.1016/j.jcps.2010.07.005. Color psychology is also widely used in marketing and branding. Marketers see color as an important factor, since color can influence a consumers' emotions and perceptions about goods and services. [4] Logos for companies are important, since the logos can attract more customers. [5]Being the lightest hue of the spectrum, yellow is uplifting and illuminating, offering hope, happiness, and fun. It’s a warm and happy color that creates a sense of cheerfulness and playfulness, brightening people’s spirits. Color mapping provides a means of identifying potential logo colors for new brands and ensuring brand differentiation within a visually cluttered marketplace. [45] [ failed verification]

However, too much yellow can cause anxiety, nervousness, apprehension, agitation, and confrontation particularly in people who are already stressed. It can also suggest impatience, criticism, and cowardice, and motivate people to become overly critical, judgmental, and deceitful. Children's toys for younger age groups are often marketed based on color, but as the age group increases, color becomes less gender-stereotyped. [71] In general many toys become gender neutral and hence adopt gender-neutral colors. In the United States it is common to associate baby girls with pink and baby boys with blue. This difference in young children is a learned difference rather than an inborn one. [75] Research has looked at the preference of young children, ages 7 months to 5 years, for small objects in different colors. The results showed that by the age of 2–2.5 years socially constructed gendered colors affects children's color preference, where girls prefer pink and boys avoid pink, but show no preference for other colors. [75] Schloss KB, Palmer SE (February 2011). "Aesthetic response to color combinations: preference, harmony, and similarity". Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics. 73 (2): 551–571. doi: 10.3758/s13414-010-0027-0. PMC 3037488. PMID 21264737. Figure 1—figure supplement 6. 1D 13C CP/MAS spectrum of microcrystalline LeuT WT samples". doi: 10.7554/elife.19314.009. {{ cite journal}}: Cite journal requires |journal= ( help) It’s essential to maintain enough contrast for color-blind people to be able to still see and appreciate your designs.Red attracts the most attention and is associated with strong emotions, such as love, passion, and anger. From here, you can build it out with a couple of extra colors, accents, or just a monochromatic color palette. Warner L, Franzen R (June 1947). "Value of color in advertising". The Journal of Applied Psychology. 31 (3): 260–270. doi: 10.1037/h0057772. PMID 20241978. a b c d Kauppinen-Raisanen H, Luomala HT (2010). "Exploring consumers' product-specific color meanings". Qualitative Market Research. 13 (3): 287–308. doi: 10.1108/13522751011053644. So always pay attention to a color’s undertones. The best way to learn to identify that is to practice!

a b Bellizzi JA, Crowley AE, Hasty RW (1983). "The effects of color in store design". Journal of Retailing. 59 (1): 21–45. Value refers to how pure the color is – whether it has shades, tints, or tones added to it to alter its appearance. (We’ll explain these concepts in the next section.) Chroma

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of the Fortune 500 companies have two or fewer colors incorporated into their logo. Step 4: Consider the Color Context Because blue is favored by so many people, it is often viewed as a non-threatening color that can seem conservative and traditional. Understanding color theory is the first step to opening a world of possibilities and working with the rainbow of colors.



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