Understanding the basics of colour theory

November 8, 2016
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You might think that your co-workers or your projects or your meeting schedule determines your mood at work. While those are all contributing factors, there’s something else at play, too: colour. The colours and colour combinations in your work space, and in your home, have an underlying power to energise, to promote creativity, to encourage calmness.

That’s because colour is bound by rules. Some of those rules you probably learned a long time ago in elementary school. That’s because the rules are easy enough to decipher if you have a color wheel. To learn what those rules are and how they influence you, check out the basics in this graphic.