Psychology of Color in Human-Machine Relationships, Posted Feb 22, 2018
Crash Course in Color Psychology
Color studies say one thing rather clearly - physical responses too can be dictated by what colour the antagonist or the sympathizer is wearing.
Discussion source: Posted February 23, 2018http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/carole-kanchier/what-colour-to-wear_b_1556811.html
Color Communicates Different Meanings: Posted February 24, 2018
However, as an anxious soul, I still find it very hard to relate to some shades as being placating, able to pacify an overworked mind. Mental health professionals talk about soothing interiors at the workplace being more harmonious than those painted in ultra-sleek or overtly bright shades. However, I doubt you need to colour coordinate your lifestyle to the extent that your wardrobe choice is also influenced by the interiors of your car, the office cubicle or the colour combinations in your bedroom. You don't need to context your colour choices to such an extent!
Color Psychology Discussions by Surveycrest.com: Posted Feb 26, 2018
I have chanced upon surveycrest.com before too. This blog was not as technically detailed but yes, it provided some more perspective. I have already talked a lot about this subject and the blog was never about the emotionlessness that a world without color can spread. This is about the power of colors to influence our inner mindset, our mood, etc. Surveycrest.com says that red is perhaps the most powerful of all shades. Don't know the Physics of this but I don't agree entirely. Yes, red can be stimulating, it can be powerful enough to engage everybody’s attention but it might not be strong – when you connect a shade with strength and vigor, the bright shades of green that indicate fertility and thriving life, seem more relevant.
Red is also somewhat about things that are emergency-driven, often indicating danger. Green does the life-inspiring bit rather well without having any catastrophe aura. Discussions about the logos of FMCG brands is a good example to discuss. While Coca Cola changed horses from black to red, not all consumer-friendly brands go the red way. When of KFC uses red, for me it is about also signifying that the food chain is predominantly meant for meat-eaters. Does not have anything to do with being trendy or powerful or impactful. Red color should not be equated with the desire to want to something obsessively!
Color Psychology & Web Behaviors by Neil Patel | Feb 27, 2018Original Discussion: