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April 9th, 2013 posted by WebpageFX Team 12:08PM | Back to the Front Page <img src="http://www.webpagefx.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/psychology-of-color.jpg" alt="Psychology of Color Infographic"><br />Infographic by <a href="http://www.webpagefx.com" title="WebpageFX">WebpageFX</a> Perhaps no choice is as vital to marketing as color. Whether you are selecting the color for a product or for your email marketing campaign, color has tremendous impact on all of us. Subconsciously, we associate different colors with different things. This infographic examines the psychology of color and looks at some common associations of different colors.
Do you need to pick out a new color scheme, but don't know where to begin? If you're designing a web site or blog theme, finding just the right color palette is nearly as important as writing good code, but it can be a challenge for those of us who don't have any innate design skills. When looking for inspiration today, it's easy to become overwhelmed with the number of choices available for generating color schemes, but here are five apps we find truly inspiring. Finding Inspiration When you're looking for color schemes, a quick Google search will lead you to a number of resources - in fact, there are so many it's almost too much.
Photoshop patterns offer a quick way to enhance your project with a cohesive look. Here are a collection of absolutely beautiful photoshop patterns. Whether you use patterns to fill the entire background of your site or just a specific area of your design, you will definitely find these useful.
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First impressions are everything. How you look and how you present yourself can determine how you are perceived. The same goes for our design work. The impression that our work gives depends on a myriad of different factors. One of the most important factors of any design is color.
Chartreuse (traditional) (Chartreuse Yellow) ( #DFFF00 ) Chartreuse (web) (Chartreuse Green) ( #7FFF00 ) Chartreuse ( RP /ʃɑːˈtrɜːz/ , US / ʃ ɑr ˈ t r uː z / or / ʃ ɑr ˈ t r uː s / ; [ 2 ] French pronunciation: [ʃaʁtʁœz] ) (the web color) is a color halfway between yellow and green that was named because of its resemblance to the green color of one of the French liqueurs called green chartreuse , introduced in 1764. Similarly, chartreuse yellow is a yellow color mixed with a small amount of green that was named because of its resemblance to the color of one of the French liqueurs called yellow chartreuse , introduced in 1838. [ 3 ] [ edit ] Etymology
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If you are a designer who is working on design projects such as banners or sketch of a website which require vintage touches, the use of design elements that look like they were found in the attic of an old house dating back to the 1920′s, 30′s, or 40′s or vintage looking textures is important to give your design a feeling of authenticity and originality. In today’s post, we gathered some great vintage texures that are extremely useful in decorating your designs to make your viewers feel that they have transported back in time. You will no longer spend much of your time in browsing vintage textures on your local antique shops or on your grandmother’s attic since we have already done this job for you. Here are 30 Examples of Old Yet Aesthetically Beautiful Vintage Textures for your Designs . Hope that these wonderful pieces of art will be useful in designing your vintage-themed projects. Enjoy browsing!
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I found these funny illustrations in the net yesterday. The article was actually entitled, " Nerdy Dirty Illustrations for Nerds In Love ."
It goes beyond culture. There is science behind the gender-relationships when it comes to colors.
Color in design is very subjective.