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Brand colors alter consumer perception

Brand colors alter consumer perception

Colors can make your company seem more ethical to consumers. A recent University of Oregan study by marketing professor Aparna Sundar studies how color define’s a brand and a consumer’s response. Colors, she says, may spark ethical considerations that companies need to consider when building their messaging.

Learn more from the University of Oregon or the Journal of Business Ethics.

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Liz Schwartz
Liz Schwartz

Liz is the creative lead and a partner at Pivot. Her nearly 20 years of design experience covers the gamut of consumer packaged goods branding, development, packaging and activation.