Published at Tuesday, 31 December 2019. Color Schemes. By Galla Masse.
The classic pairing of blue and orange never fails to inspire; it is another good example of when opposites attract. The cool tones of blue emphasizes the warmth that orange radiates. This pairing is often found in nature too and is meant to be comforting and familiar to the human eye.
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.
Used most often in bold tones to grab attention, this year’s trend is in tweaking the saturation of either shade. This pastel take of the complementary blue and orange doesn’t diminish its effect. The energy from this blood orange shade sets off the soft powder blue perfectly. Blue is widely used to represent business and is always effective in marketing and promotion but the pop of orange shows that you are not afraid to stand out.
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