08 July 2013

Psychology of Colors: Positive & Negative

Does food makes it more look delicious if it is colored blue? Does the green color help you become more productive? For artists and designers, they must understand pretty well on how colors affect the moods, feelings, and emotions. For a mere individual, however, he/she could learn a little about the colors that could dramatically influence feelings. Moreover, the feelings about the colors depend on the personal experience and with culture. What is your favorite color?
What is Color?

Historically, ancient scientists have already written about color, light, and vision. It was in 1666, scientist Isaac Newton identified light as the source of color sensation and discovered prism which white light passed through it and separated visible colors.

A color is a visual perception property. It comes from the spectrum of light.

Psychology of Colors

Colors affect moods, feelings, and emotions. It links up to human behavior. It could be treated as therapy.


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Now, using colors affect great impact performance to human perception and emotion.

References:
  1. https://www.verywell.com/color-psychology-2795824
  2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Color_psychology
  3. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Color
Updated: 7-15-2016 (Links & Grammar)

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