Black: represents discipline, power, and protection. Luxury brands often use black for its elegance and austerity. It is also often paired with other colours.
Effects of Yellow
Creative: The colour of new ideas, yellow helps us find new ways of doing things. Quick Decision: Yellow helps with clear thinking and quick decision-making but it can also be impulsive. Non-emotional: Yellow relates to the head, not the heart.
Black also means that you are willing to obey someone. Priests, for example, wear black because they obey God. Black also symbolizes evil and death. Villains often wear black clothes and people wear black at a funeral.
Red can also have a physical impact — the color makes people hungry. However, red can foster negative feelings just as powerfully. It represents anger, warnings, danger, defiance, aggression, and pain.
Red represents valor and hardiness, while blue signifies justice, perseverance, and vigilance.
Brown is often seen as solid, much like the earth, and it's a color often associated with resilience, dependability, security, and safety. Feelings of loneliness, sadness, and isolation. In large quantities, it can seem vast, stark, and empty, like an enormous desert devoid of life.
Green: This refreshing color represents resilience, youth, health and good fortune. The green flowers send a message of pleasure, renewal and optimism.
Green –– Cool:
Complexity lives in green. It denotes nature and innocence, yet can also represent ignorance and envy.
Red has a range of symbolic meanings through many different cultures, including life, health, vigor, war, courage, anger, love and religious fervor.
Common associations with the colour yellow – are hope, happiness, playful, optimism, logic, confidence, creativity, challenge, wisdom, communication and speed.
In moral judgements, we need to know what is right or wrong. Therefore, we predict that there are metaphorical associations between these colours and moral concepts: green may be associated with morality, and red may be associated with immorality.
Red is the color of strength and courage.
Warm colors like red, yellow and orange evoke higher arousal emotions, such as love, passion, happiness, and anger. Cool colors, like blue, green and purple are linked to calmness, sadness and indifference. Colors can trigger these arousal states and emotions.
In terms of negatives, Burnt Orange is used to describe childishness, pride, and stubbornness.
People with a yellow leadership style are made to inspire others since this color aligns with inspirational leadership. For comparison, while a red leader will lead with an idea or a mission, a yellow leader will put relationships with others front and center.
(Red symbolizes action, strength, energy, and passion)
Red: Excitement, energy, passion, love, desire, speed, strength, power, heat, aggression, danger, fire, blood, war, violence, all things intense and passionate.
White is the Color of Purity. Green is the Color of Prosperity.
Dark blue represents knowledge, power, integrity, and seriousness.
White symbolizes goodness, innocence and purity. It's the color of perfection and safety.
Jealousy. Red was associated with jealousy in all nations.
Blue the Color of Peace
As a primary color (and the most popular color on the spectrum), blue is a building block for many other colors and shades, but in its purest form, blue represents peace and tranquility. That's because blue is synonymous with such things as the daytime sky on a calm day.
It's the universal color to signify strength, power, courage, and danger. Red is vibrant, stimulating and exciting with a strong link to sexuality and increased appetites. Red is energizing and exciting, motivating us to act. It can also give confidence to those who are shy or lacking in willpower.