COLOUR PSYCHOLOGY
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COLOUR PSYCHOLOGY

We use colour in a number of ways, whether we realise it or not, it plays a big role in our everyday lives. Based on this, do you know that colour can improve productivity at work?

Colours have an extraordinary ability to influence emotions, and perceptions. Certain colours can effectively contribute to concentration, happiness, and stress levels in a workplace. Through the knowledge of the benefits that colours can bring, our colour choices can positively affect the workplace and its everyday users.

“According to the research conducted at Creighton University in 1999, colours can have a significant impact on employees’ emotions and efficiency. Workers in blue offices felt the most centred, calm and hopeful towards their work. Since blue can lower heart rates and green reduces anxiety and is associated with money, a combination of blue and green is best for the workplace.” – Leatrice Eiseman

Take a look at the before and after photos of our last colourful project! – Certain colours, or groups of colours, tend to get a similar reaction from most people. How do these colours make you feel?

Before                                                               After

     

“Colours, like features, follow the changes of the emotions.” – Pablo Picasso

Before                                                    After