Colors Unveiled....What Your Favorite Colors Says About Hue (HS)
Will the unveiled truth behind color’s electromagnetic field and its direct correlation to physiology and psychology and their significance for built environment. Indentify socio-economic effects of the historical significance of color families and how they influence consumer’s decisions.
To demystify how environmental colors affect emotions, behavior, energy level and Health; gain insight into client's needs, through their color preference, cultural colors and color perception. You will learn: - Unveiled truth behind color's electromagnetic field and its direct correlation to physiology and psychology and their significance for the built environment. - Identify socio-economic effects of the historical significance of color families and how they influence consumer's decisions. - Understand how to specify the appropriate colors and finished, for multicultural, international environments. - Sensory experience, immediately learn to feel color's electromagnetic field, in order to use the correct colors to better serve your clients.
Classroom Instruction / Lecture with multi-media
Entry Level (recognition/recall/comprehension)
1 Theory and Creativity
1.3 Human Factors/Ergonomics
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