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The 6 Impact Colors
Everyone has a favorite color and everyone has a reaction to a particular color. For me personally, it’s all about the shades of blue that melt into purple. What about you? What do you want your event to say?
Did you know there is such a thing as Colour Science. Yes! Google it! There are dozens of interpretations of just what color science is. For the sake of our event planning skills here are a few of my favorite concepts about color from designshack.net.
“According to a study by researchers at the University of British Columbia, red can focus and help make a person’s work more accurate while blue can spur creativity.”
“The specific colors used in a company’s logo have a significant impact on how that logo, and the brand as a whole, is viewed by consumers,” according to a study conducted by researchers at the University of Missouri-Columbia. The study found specific links and ties to colors within logos and how people felt about those brands.
The findings change some of the ideas that we associated with specific colors. “Of all the feelings associated with logo colors, the feelings associated with red logos were the most surprising,” Ridgway told Science Daily. “Traditional emotions based on red include aggression and romance, but red logos did not invoke those emotions in study participants. This can probably be attributed to the fact that red is used in logos of many well-established brands such as State Farm, McDonalds and ESPN, so consumers have pre-existing emotions associated with brands using that color.
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