How different colors affect our nervous system?

It is a wide known fact that colors can manipulate us. There is a whole science that studies colors, the way we people perceive them, and the psychological effects they have on us. It is called colorimetry, or simply color science. In this article, we will talk about the emotions that colors make us feel and how we perceive them. … Read More

The science of color in life

Color in everyday life Marketing and advertisingΒ  Color and color vision are one of the most important, key aspects in our lives when it comes to living and perceiving the world as we do. We as human beings are visual creatures, meaning about 90% of the information we take in from the surrounding environment is in the form of visual … Read More

The Complete Guide to Color TherapyA closer look at Color Symbolism and the Effects of Healing

An intro to chromotherapy Chromotherapy is a system of alternative medicine based on the use of projected different colored light. Otherwise known as just color therapy, it’s an exciting new addition to your local spa. Antiquity However, color therapy is not something new. It has been used in medicinal practices over 2000 years ago in ancient Egypt and China. Of … Read More

As a designer, what are the benefits of using F.lux?

Designers work with color. Blue light filters remove (or at least partly) the blue light, which alters the colors So when you are creating something with flux on, you will notice that the moment you turn it on or send it to somebody else the colors will look different Of course, you can turn it off every time you start … Read More


Color mapping experiments: what the average human sees In the late 1920s William David Wright and John Guild independently conducted a series of color matching experiments that mapped out all the colors the average human (meaning the average of the humans in the experiments) can see. In 1931 color scientists used the results of the Wright and Guild experiments to … Read More


On the one hand, light comes from the sun or other radiant sources, and is refracted by mediums (water, the atmosphere, glass) and diffusely or specularly reflected by surfaces. On the other hand, color isn’t out there in the world in the same tangible way that light is. Rather color is part of how we sense the world around us. … Read More

Colors and Color Psychology – Do You See What I See?Awesome Movie about Colors

Color and Font Choices for Eye protection

The human eye is an amazing machine. Through tiny cells called cones, our eyes are able to see about 10 million different colors. But not all colors are created equal, and some are just too difficult to look at as they can cause headaches, high blood pressure, and eye strain. With the increase in time spent in front of our … Read More