In this post we will talk about colors! The art of choosing the right color for a logo (or any other design concept) is as hard as important and this post will bring you some information about how to choose the best color to your job. In this post with 6 great infographics we will talk about colors and it’s relevance to design.
Going a little bit deeper, this site is also made to show you how certain colors create certain feelings in the viewer. They provide information on a lot of the in-between colors, such as light blue verses indigo, or pink vs. white or red. They peg it as “Color Science”, and show you how to properly utilize it for your own benefit.
This study set out to find the preference of colors by gender, to see the difference based on brain biology. While many were similar, others had a wide difference, such as the male majority liking blue, and females liking purple.
Color affects more than mood, it also changes our buying habits. According to studies, there is an 80percent change depending on color when it comes to online shops, ads and campaigns. This site provides tips on each color, to show you how you can aggressively or subtly call to your market.
A great, printable reference sheet that shows how colors can be used more effectively in marketing.
Ever wonder what the best colors on the web are? Using a study based on logos of the most influential and powerful companies on the web, they compiled an infographic that works as a list. From the dominating blue of Facebook, to the red of YouTube, this is a must see.
Many designers focus heavily on color schemes when they are working on logos, graphics or layouts. This is because the way a color is laid out will ultimately affect the impression and overall mood of the viewer. This infographic describes how each color mass a viewer feel, giving you an idea of how they will perceive your design.