Published at Tuesday, December 31st 2019. by Daisi Hamon in Color Schemes.
In a study called The Impact of Color in Marketing, researchers found that people can make up their mind about product choices based on colors alone in less than 90 seconds. What’s even more interesting is that the “use of colors can contribute not only to differentiating products from competitors but also to influencing moods and feelings – positively or negatively – and therefore, to attitude towards certain products.”
Purple works well for marketing because it is so vibrant and pops off the page. This is one of the reasons why we chose it as our primary brand color! It is also super versatile and goes well with many other colors, such as green, red and orange. But for a really cool color combination, try matching it with this warm pink/nude color. This particular shade is sophisticated and understated and gives balance to the rich and robust purple.
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).
Purple is a strong and powerful color with positive connotations like magic, luxury and creativity. For such an attention grabbing color, it’s still surprisingly uncommon. In fashion and interiors it tends to be used sparingly, but if there was ever a time to go crazy with purple, it is now.
Traditionally gray has a reputation of being flat or dreary, and there are times when that still applies (clouds, I’m looking at you!). But grays status has been elevated of late, and now it is synonymous with sophistication.
This color combination is natural and youthful and could be used for inspirational communication. Give a firm farewell to the dark days of winter with these gorgeous colors!
Black and white often features in interior design when the desired impact is to be modern and crisp. Inject primary or neon colors to black and white for a funky finish.
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