I have been using the Psychology of Color In Branding, Marketing, and Sales in design and Content Branding since the '70s. Back then, I studied the Psychology of Color with Tom Porter, a Fellow at Oxford Brookes University, and Byron Mikellides, a Professor at Oxford Brookes University. Tom and Byron's book the Color for Architecture was groundbreaking and still is relevant today. The brand strategists team at Content Branding Solutions shares how to utilize color Symbolism in your Brand IMAGINEERING to attract your ideal customer to boost your BD, marketing, and sales funnel, with high-value leads to the market.
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The Color Psychology in Branding and Marketing Series Includes:
Part 1 Primary Colors - The Psychology of Primary Colors in Branding and Marketing
Part 2 Warm Colors - The Psychology of Warm Colors in Branding and Marketing
Part 3 Cool Colors - The Psychology of Cool Colors in Branding and Marketing
Part 4 Neutral Colors - The Psychology of Neutral Colors in Branding and Marketing
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