Published at Tuesday, December 31st 2019. by Sydnee Renault in Color Schemes.
This green on green falls in to the same category as the monochromatic color scheme above, but it is much easier to work with (especially in the natural tones). For interior design, this combination works well next to wood. In fashion, it looks expensive, especially when worn with metallic (use rose gold for extra trendy points!). Green is also gender neutral and suits most skin tones and hair colors.
We can’t talk about trending colors without having Ultra Violet near the top of the list. This vivid, bold shade was the Pan tone Color of 2018 and it will continue to feature the next 12 months too.
Forget orange – gray is definitely the new black. Sales in gray kitchens, cars and clothes have soared in recent years because it is such an adaptable neutral. Gray can be warm or cool, hard or soft, it is exceptionally versatile and flattering.
When it comes to classic color combinations, it doesn’t get any more timeless than black and white. But timeless doesn’t mean stagnant. From looking at 2020’s trend predictions, we can see that black and white is going to be huge.
Black is also the color of nobility and elegance. But Adobe doesn’t play the game of the elites here. The trick is that Adobe is playing with concepts, by playing with colors and fonts: young generation (red, blue), education (dark blue), skills, the aspiration to high-class (black).
Say you want to inspire your audience – or make them feel happy or calm. Using the right color combinations can reinforce your intentions. Brands need to think about color combinations across many areas like logos, websites, marketing materials, merchandise, and social media. It’s not enough to work with just one color, the real magic lies in knowing what 2 or 3 colors go together and being able to pick compelling color combinations. Ensure brand consistency by documenting which colors and combinations people should use. Document commonly used colors and hex codes in an internal wiki.
This is a scheme that includes one primary and two complementary colors, plus an additional color that highlights the accents. An example: blue-green, blue-violet, orange-red, orange-yellow.
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