Extroverts & Introverts - Why We Respond Differently to Color, Hosted by Merida
Gillian Rose, founder of The Science of Color, will share with you more insights and knowledge on color and how it has a deep, physiological and psychological effect on us, especially within the built environment, with particular considerations for health, safety and welfare.
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More about the event from Women at Work: "Have you ever experienced intense debates over what colors to choose?You are about to learn why. It’s Neuroscience. While our perception of color is a private sensation - our responses to color are written into our molecular makeup - our DNA. In other words: ‘We come this way’ As both a color scientist & an artist, your ‘takeaway’ is learning How & Why you personally respond to color + how to make better suited color choices for others. We are socialized to believe that color is about having ‘good taste’, ‘class’, ‘being cool’ .... that’s marketing not evolution. Our relationship to color is in our DNA. We come with our own personal responses, preferences + dislikes, to color - they are not learned."