Month: January 2020

Considering Colour Palette in Your Event Design Process

When designing an event you may want to have a colour theme running throughout, or want to consider how colour can affect your event attendees experience at your event. Depending on the type of event (e.g. weddings, conferences, workshops, themed birthday parties, and much more), this can be as simple as choosing to decorate your venue in red or pink for valentines. Deciding on an event colour palette is an important visual stimuli for people, and it can greatly enhance the experience. With this in mind, what are the rules of colour and how can you use them to your best advantage? What do we mean by ‘colour palette’? A colour palette typically refers to the full range of colours that work well together. This can be as simple as two complementary colours that are directly opposite each other on the colour wheel such as blue and orange. Or, it can be three analogous colours that are next to each other on the colour wheel such as orange and yellow. How to integrate a colour palette in your event design process An effective colour palette can drastically change and enhance the overall look and feel of an event. When an [...]
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