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Color Psychology

Explore the fascinating world of color psychology and learn how different colors can impact our emotions and behavior. Discover the secrets of using colors to create a positive and inspiring environment around you.
Web Design, Graphic Design Tips, Logo Design Inspiration, Color Inspiration, Brand Logo Design, Business Branding Design, Business Logo, Design Ideas, Color Psychology Marketing

This is the time of year when we look forward to more color — leaves and buds bursting out after a long barren winter, and exchanging black snow boots for polkadot rain boots! And as we think about color around us, it’s a great time to think about how you’re using color in your branding. I've shared

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Rose Berry
What Colors Mean, What Color Am I, What Colors Represent, Brand Color Palette, Brand Colors, Color Meanings, Colors And Their Meanings, Meaning Of Colors, Favorite Color Meaning

How to Choose Colors + Inspiration Photos That Match Your Business - perfectly! First impressions As business owners, we’ve all been there - You have your business up and running, you know who you are, who you serve, and how you are the best at what you do… But it feels like something is missing. You find yourself comparing your business to others in your industry (or maybe even different ones), wondering how their message and their online presence are so attractive and compelling to…

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Leslie Hille
Color Combination Rules Color Wheel Design, Color Palette Design, Color Wheel Interior Design, Palette Art, Design Theory, Color Mixing Chart, Color Combos, Color Combinations Outfits, Colour Wheel Combinations

A color nightmare. Years ago, I worked at the Government Agency that didn’t allow me to use any political party color in the designs during election years. In Puerto Rico, traditionally that would be three parties. They each use one color: red, green, and blue. A little problem, right? The basic colors. But in 2012, three non-traditional new parties registered to be part of the democratic process. Each party used one color: orange, purple, and turquoise. Four years went by. In 2016, two of…

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