The psychology of colors in the marketing industry was always a subject worth exploring. It is no secret that different colors affect people in different ways. And not only that, but the same color has a different effect on people depending on their gender, age and geographical location. When you add the results of the psychological research to this, you’ll see how personal experiences, preferences, cultural differences and the context given at the time of seeing the color all have an effect on how the color will affect each of us individually.
“What’s your favourite colour?” Ronnie asked out of the blue one day. Seven year-old-me was in a tizzy. We were at the swing set, swinging away in the golden afternoon sunlight. It made me consider how my favourite colour was going to influence our friendship in the years to come. Growing up, the concept of having a favourite colour seemed far more important than it turned out to be. That question hasn’t been put up to me in recent years, unless as a security measure for password recovery. Even so, we don’t put any voluntary thought into realising what our favourite colour is in our prosaic existence.
While it might seem like there is an unlimited number of images in the different stock photography libraries available, it can be difficult to find ones that look like they are unique to your site. Then there’s the fact that even if they do look unique, there is usually nothing to stop someone else using the same image unless there is the option to pay for exclusive right, which can be very costly. Furthermore, capturing the correct tone, setting and subject matter with a generic stock photo is not easy.
This article will reveal a list of noteworthy pro tips that can facilitate designers to efficiently create a consummate mobile design that can sustain in the future. Whether you are designing a mobile website or mobile application, this guide will help you deliver a surefire mobile solution.
An amazingly designed logo is quite powerful when it comes to marketing. It forms the face of the company to the world and creates the first impression. To design a logo it needs more than just creative graphic design and the following tips can help you to do so:
Most of us come into contact with product packaging every single day of our lives. It might be in the form of branding on your cereal box in the morning, the label on your mid-afternoon snack or even the bottle your diet soda comes in. Product packaging is everywhere.