The psychology of color in marketing and branding

Color not only has a crucial role to play in creating your brand identity, it can directly influence people's purchasing decisions. According to research, up to 90% of snap judgments made about products can be based on color alone. Although personal preferences, cultural differences and other factors influence how people react to different colors, there are general associations that can help you determine which colors effectively communicate your brand personality and how consumers perceive your products. Here Gregory Ciotti addresses some misconceptions about the psychology of color and shares the key findings from research into how colors affect consumer behavior.
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