Color is one of the fastest ways to communicate our experience with others. From bright pink and happy red and white hearts showcasing our love for each other on Valentine’s Day, to steaming mad red, angry emoji on our iPhones–our ability to innately capture meaning behind color is instinctual.
We use color to differentiate our sports teams, outline our country’s values, and size up toddler’s clothing.
When we drive our cars–colors dictate which actions are legal, and which are deemed illegal.
When we go to drink a glass of water–it’s color symbolizes the health of the water, and warns us of possible pollution.
No matter where we go or what we are doing, color plays a huge role in Read more →