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Color theory 101

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Jenna Hyde

on 5 September 2013

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Transcript of Color theory 101

Color 101
Presentation by Jenna Hyde
Appeal to your audience
Creating a brand
Painting your house

Primary Colors
Secondary Colors
Red & Blue= Violet
Blue & Yellow=Green
Red & Yellow= Orange
Tertiary colors
Primary Colors
Secondary Colors
Tertiary colors
Draws attention
Immediately pulls focus
Encourages action and confidence.
Encourages appetite
Creates senes of urgency
Physically Stimulates the human body
Fun and flamboyant
Cheerfulness & optimism
Radiates warmth & energy
Stimulates activity
Stimulates appetite
Encourages socialization
Makes babies cry
Used to draw in impulsive buyers
sparks creative thoughts
Stimulates mental processes
Stimulates the nervous system
Activates memory
Relaxes mentally & Physically
Helps alleviate depression, nervousness & anxiety
Associate with money & wealthy
Frequently used for promoting enviormental issues

Calms and Sedates
Aids intuition
People are often more productive in blue rooms

Calms the mind and nerves
Offers a senese of spirituality
Encourages creativity
Warm Colors
Cool Colors
Black & White
represents a lack of color.
Autoritative and powerful
Wore by priest and judges
evoke strong emoitions,
a classic color for clothing,
limoziens & tuxidos , luxury
Cleanliness and neutrality
Doctors don white coats,
Brides traditionally wear white gowns
Aids mental clarity
Encourages us to clear clutter or obstacles.
Evokes purification of thoughts or actions
Enabkes fresh beginnings
Graphic Designer
The Color Wheel
Why does color matter?
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