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Different Worlds Same Colors

Some factors like language, culture, climate and history act as influencers of color perception.

  • The color white has an association with sadness in China due to it being worn at funerals, while yellow is linked with joy, in countries that don’t get enough sunshine.
  • Greece denotes sadness with the color purple, due to the Greek Orthodox Church associating this color with mourning.

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Marketers often use color psychology to make you like their product.

  • Organizations that want to portray dependability use the blue color, like HP, IBM or Dell.
  • Companies that want to showcase the element of fun use orange, like Nickelodeon o...

Across the world, human beings have almost a universal perception of colors, based on their personality.

  • Red is considered a bold and extremely visible color, and is perceived as exciting, energetic and passionate. People who are bold, adventurous an...

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  • People use colors and lighting to increase their well-being and productivity, and express their individuality.

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The Psychology Of Color: Research Findings

  • Up to 90% of snap judgments made about products can be based on color alone (depending on the product).
  • Colors influence how consumers view the "personality" of the brand in question.
  • Our brains prefer recognizable brands, which makes color incredibly important when creating ...

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