Colour means different things to different people. During our lifetime we all interact and react with colours in different ways.
Our favourite colours say a lot about us as people and are chosen because of a highly personalised exposure during specific periods of our lives.
The trouble with choosing colours for your website design though, is that it can say a lot about the work itself.
That’s scientific fact.
The technicalities behind our emotional preferences to colour is complex. But after years of research through first-hand accounts and scientific experimentation, it’s finally beginning to become a little clearer.
In part two of our blog The Science of Web Development vs The Emotion of Design (part one can be found here), we’re going to look in depth at how colour and design intersperse and how people react to them.
Our Brains & Colour
It might be possible that our brains are made in a way that makes us like, or …