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The Powers Of Color

It's hard to believe at one time, we lived in a black and white world; TV and printed publications were predominantly black. All of that changed in the 60's and has created a chain reaction that holds true today. Color is an important tool which has many uses in media production. It can be used to get attention, create a mood, enhance clarity, establish a code, label things in nature, and differentiate items.

In fashion, advertising, and presentations color is one of the most effective tools. Psychologists have suggested that color impression can account for 60% of the acceptance or rejection of that product or service. Everything we, buy, eat, wear, and all of the things that take up space where we live, work or play, all have colors. Color is the first thing we notice and the last thing we forget.

Design principles are frequently utilized by graphic designers to create aesthetically pleasing websites. Two design principles that influence harmony are balance and color. When a website is harmonious, it engages the viewer and creates an inner sense of order; a balance in the visual experience. When something is not harmonious, it becomes either boring or chaotic.

Can Color Effect Our Emotion?
Since people attach different meaning to color, there's evidence to suggest that the light of colors enters the eye and indirectly affects the hypothalamus, then affects the pituitary gland, which controls our hormone levels and perhaps our mood. In one study, workers who lifted boxes (that were painted green), felt they were light but when they were black they complained they were too heavy. In another experiment, a room colored in blue or green lights, time was underestimated while a room in red lights, time was overestimated. Reactions to color may vary from individual to individual. For an example, walls painted red may reassure some while causing discomfort for others.

Does Color Effect Your Mood?
Psychologists have long since theorize that people's preferences for color and color mixes have deep psychological affect on your mood or feeling. In fact, research does suggest that color can affect your being and that your choice of color or combinations of color is significant to your mood. An example of this is that healthy people will prefer colors and color mixtures that reflect their health both physically and mentally. Furthermore, your color preferences aren't necessarily fixed and that they will vary even within a given day depending on your mood.

One explanation suggests that light may reach the hypothalamus that controls nerve centers and body functions such as heart action and respiration. The wave length and energy of each color varies with the intensity and this in turn affects us in different ways. Color may bring about a reflex action on the vascular system, but this may be brought about through feelings and emotions. Some studies indicate that red tends to increase perspiration, excite brain waves and raise the blood pressure, pulse rate, and respiration. Noticeable muscular reaction or tension and greater frequency of eye blinks result. Blue tends to have a reverse effect by lowering blood pressure and pulse rate. Brain waves tend to decline and skin response is less. Reactions too orange and yellow are similar to red, but less pronounced. Reactions to violet are similar to blue.

Colors By Mood
Colors often have different symbolic meanings in different cultures. Red for example is associated with rage in America but with happiness/good luck in China. White is the color for weddings in western societies but for funerals in traditional Chinese culture. In American fashion, the color pink is for girls and blue for boys.

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In the U.S., researchers have generally found the following to be accurate:

Pink - soothes, promotes affection, romantic and charming.

Yellow - cheerful, increases energy, lift spirits, sunny, bright, hopeful, optimistic, joyful, clear, creates motion.

Orange - denotes energy, warmth, sun, soothing, friendliness, youthfulness, happy, motivated, garish.

Red - empowering, stimulant, hot, alert, excitement, attention grabbing, powerful, passion, love, energetic.

Teal - touch of sophistication and richness.

Green - signifies growth, renewal, health, successful, environment, balance, harmony, stability, money and good luck.

Purple - comforts, mystery, creativity and moodiness, wisdom, royalty, passionate, nobility and spirituality.

Blue - relaxes, cool, calming, sky, peace, tranquility, harmony, trust and confidence, water, truth, serenity and spaciousness, comfort. The number one choice of Corporate America is still blue.

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