Tag Archives: colour psychology

The psychology of pink

One of the things I’ve learned is that colour isn’t just something we see: the moment it seeps into our eyes it has the power to influence us in a myriad ways. Each month I’ll be taking a colour and investigating how colour makes us think, act and feel – and challenging you to integrate it […]

You magazine: The power of colour in my life

What does colour mean to you? Does it play a supporting role in your life or is it very much centre stage? As anyone who knows me or reads The Colour File will know, colour is an intrinsic part of my world in so many ways. In today’s @youmagsocial I talk about the significance of […]

Do women see more colours than men?

My mum once said she could never marry anyone who sings out of tune. I think my criteria would be someone who doesn’t get on with colour (that may well be a sackable offence in my world). I recently read a study that said that women are able to see more colours than men. Research […]

Colour expert Karen Haller: My Colourful World

Karen Haller is an Applied Colour Psychologist and a leading international authority in her field, specialising in business brand colour, interiors, healthcare and wellbeing. She is also the author of The Little Book of Colour. Here, Karen – who works with global brands including Farrow & Ball and Dulux – tells us what colour means to […]