Be a pop of colour in a black-and-white world!
With so much focus on e-learning and the promotion of training programs encouraging you to start creating and offering online courses, it seems timely to share this article discussing 6 Ways Colour Psychology Can Be Used to Design Effective eLearning published on Shift’s eLearning Blog.
Putting Colour Psychology To Work
In reading the recommended article you’ll learn how to:
- use colour to direct attention
- use strong colours strategically
- improve readability with colour
- enhance learning and improve comprehension
- use colours based on their meanings
- choose the right colour combinations
There’s no question that the judicious use of colour can make many things more attractive but using colour psychology effectively does require some skill. I know your intentions are to create the best products and services possible to sell to your target markets. And I recommend you explore and leverage colour psychology in all your design choices.
If you’re really keen to explore this subject further, try the Colour Theory for Non-Designers assessment and see how much you instinctively know but might not yet be taking advantage of in your own work.
Colour psychology is a fascinating science. Start putting it to work for you!
More next time. Until then, remember to LOVE YOUR WORK, whatever it may be.
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