Color Psychology In Web Design



Did you know that people make up their minds within 90 seconds of their initial interactions with websites or products? You probably never realized how vital your company’s color palette is.

But how do you know which colors are the right ones for your company? Finding the right colors for your brand is not hard. Ask yourself, what does your brand represent? What emotions or feelings do you associate with your brand? Now associate these feelings with their proper color. Read more at:

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19 comments

  1. Awesome content! It's very well explained with a simple animation which makes it very clear. This is indeed very informative.

  2. Was a little surprised to hear a deep voice

    Whenever I hear a deep voice in videos, it's usually a narration on crime or dark topics

    But other than great video, helpful for me when I start designing

  3. Mark Zuckerberg is said to have chosen blue because he is color/colour blind, and blue is the only color/colour he can see properly (other than black).

  4. http://www.starbucks.in/ Complementary Color Scheme
    Please Give Some Assignments to understand this Concepts with a Website
    I will do it
    Please more example websites weekly once or monthly once
    I am Web Faculty in Training Institute
    Please Keep on Posting this Videos

  5. Great video! Made me think to change our website's color. We are running a how-to blogsite. Currently, it's orange. I think it's too happy of a color. I'm thinking of changing it into blue.

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