Colour Physcology in Design

Color also plays a main role in logo creations they convey messages, evoke emotions, and add brilliance to everyday things. Different colors have different meanings, and when you’re picking the color scheme for a logo, graphic or visual campaign, it’s imperative to have the right effect on your audience.

Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Colors

On the color wheel, the primary colors are Red,Blue and Yellow. They are the colors that you cannot make with the other colors. It you want yellow, you need to start with yellow. They are located on the the color wheel equally distant from each other.

Secondary colors are the colors that are made by combining two primaries. They are spaced between the two primaries that make them. They are Orange, Green and Violet.

Tertiary colors are all of the rest of the colors on the color wheel. I always say they are the two- plus word colors... yellow green, yellow yellow green, red violet, etc.

Even the most experienced designers can struggle with picking the colors to go inside of a new design because they have to find palettes that match and keep in mind along the way.Different colors mean different things, and it’s good to have an idea of what color schemes are often used in your industry.

Colours and their Physiologies

Yellow The color is typically associated with creativity, optimism and liveliness

Red is warm, exciting, sexy, and urgent

Blue It symbolizes intelligence and a sense of calmness

Orange Its vibrance is both creative and inviting

Green refreshment ,Growth and serenity

Violet symbolizes royalty

White symbolizes cleanliness and clarity

Black elegance and formality

Brown it provides a sense of all naturale

Purple Sparks the Imagination

The psychology of color is a deep subject that fascinates scientists and laypeople alike. However, anyone can understand the basics and use those principles to design an effective logo.