Colors and Productivity: Improving Your Business with Commercial Painting Services
Transform a dull and uninspiring workplace into a motivating and pleasant environment through the services of a commercial painting contractor to initiate a positive change in the workplace. So how can you persuade you boss to approve your suggestion? Highlighting the negative consequences of your current work environment to your boss will definitely enlighten his mind such as inadequate lighting and bland walls that can negatively impact an employee’s engagement, morale and productivity. Your boss will surely realize that changing the colors or decorating style will make you all feel relaxed and engaged rather than feeling tired or bored.
The psychology of color or chromatology has been utilized by companies for years for improving the reactions and moods of their workers and customers, and in return improving their business goals. Selecting different hues helps in achieving different things, and choosing the right color can promotes productivity, supports and increases sales and improve customer experience. There is a study showing that ninety percent of snap judgments depend on the product’s packaging and branding, thus there is really a huge impact of colors in marketing. How do you determine the best color for your business or product? Color red appears to be the closest color to the viewers with different products displayed on a stand as it stands out and easily grabs customer attention. Red causes different physical effects such as increased heart rate, increased blood pressure, increased appetite and it is giving an illusion that time is passing quickly than it is. Use red to highlight a particular message like a “call to action” button, so it is noticed first as appears closer to the viewer.
Use color blue to stimulate the mind, strong blues giving a clear thought and soft blues helping in concentration and it also have calming effect. There are studies that show a significant effect of blue painted rooms to the study capabilities of students as well as increasing production line productivity among factories and other manufacturing industries. Color blue is commonly associated with feelings of dependability and trust, slowing heart rate and decreasing appetite. Yellow can improve your employees’ creativity and can give your customer a warm feeling about your product because it is often associated with fun, confidence, happiness, and optimism. Using green in your packaging provides an image of environmental consciousness, wealth and enviable.