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Meaning of Orange

Meaning of Orange

The orange color immediately captures the attention of the person staring. 

According to color psychology, orange represents extravagance, energy, transformation, and uniqueness.

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Red is the most passionate color, it catches our attention immediately. Red is linked to love, blood, joy, suspense, closeness, war or forbidden. It is shown on the road signs and sale prices. It is the color of urgency.

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it represents sweetness, femininity, delicacy, charm, sensitivity, courtesy, illusion, eroticism, etc. 

Positive concepts like optimism, youth, confidence, and creativity. 

Like for the color white, there is an open debate about whether black really is a color. According to color psychology, black is closely related to the world of night, power and death. 

New beginnings, lightness, perfection, purity, peace, innocence, neutrality, impartiality etc. In hospitals, white is a predominant color, it is aseptic and conveys calm.

  • Professions that rely heavily on visual mediums use color psychology to try to predict and instigate emotions in their target audience.
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Green is related to nature, it reminds us of grass, youth, hope, health, fertility, money, etc. According to color psychology, green is fresh and harmonious, peacefulness, youth, and tranquillity. People with environmental awareness are called “green”.

Brown represents laziness, vagrancy, filth, vulgarity or ugliness. It may seem bland and outdated. Brown is one of the least appreciated colors.

Gray mainly symbolizes old age and sobriety. It can be dark, mediocre and bland or related to cover ups such as “gray literature” or “gray areas”.

Blue symbolizes harmony, fidelity, sympathy, peace, serenity, trust, honesty, communication, etc. It should not surprise us that several social networks (and all types of corporations) use it in their logos.

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