We all know that colors trigger spontaneous visceral reactions. Personal preferences should be factored in (I’ll never switch to Vodafone—I do not like red as the predominant color anywhere) but there are staples as shown by the awesome infographic presented in the Fiverr Blog.
What connotations are hidden behind Purple? And what should you expect if you go for Red? I chose Blue here as I wanted a tie-in with the Aegean blue featured in Fate Accompli, my upcoming debut novel (to be released in November), but it turns out that blue exudes a sense of security and trustworthiness. It’s beautiful too…
To read the whole article click here or on the inforgraphic.
Very shareable, non?
12 thoughts on “The Psychology of Colors in Marketing (Fiverr Blog)”
amazing concept and informative!!
Thank you for stopping by!
Reblogged this on kyrosmagica and commented:
Reblogged from MM Jaye writes. The psychology of Colours in Marketing.
Thank you for reblogging this!
Very interesting article – I am always drawn to certain colours – usually RED!
Why am I not surprised? You’re too vivacious not to like red. Having read you, I can bet a good lump of doe that you’re not a Cancer like me 😉
To be fair in clothes I prefer more subtle colours like salmon and coral especially in the summer…but the leather comes out in winter 😉 wonder if I can find a red leather jacket… Well my planet is mars after all and element fire – Aries through and through (apart from the selfish quality I hope)!
That’s a great resource, many thanks for sharing! 🙂
Very interesting, thank you for sharing this!
Reblogged this on deborahjay and commented:
Most interesting – now I know why I chose purple as my fantasy writer’s branding colour, and orange for my equestrian website 🙂
Great share, thanks. Re-blogged onto my purple fantasy blog 🙂
Great article with conceptual fats. Thanks for sharing interesting and informative PSYCHOLOGY OF COLORS.