Color is the first element of human perception of perception. Color art design was first theoreticalized and systematic in the field of fashion design. Today, architectural design, product design, food design and other fields have also changed from spontaneous to consciously applying color design, resulting in professional color consultants, color planners, product color designers and other industries. Color-induced associations are influenced by factors such as gender, age, experience, interests, and personality. Under normal circumstances, children's color associations are related to specific items and natural objects around them due to their shallow experience in life and limited social contact. For adults, the scope of Lenovo has expanded due to the increase in experience, and even from the concrete things to the abstract spiritual culture and social values. Many books have listed a large number of surveys related to color associations in the discussion of color psychology. The results show that there are great differences between the associations of different individuals due to differences in social background and cultural traditions, but there are also many humans. Commonly shared aspects.
Hue, saturation, and lightness are visual attributes of the color itself, and many of the feelings come from associations derived from other sensory experiences associated with it. For example, cold and warm, spatial sense, expansion and contraction, retreat, weight, color taste and olfactory association, color time sense, color cleanliness and old and new, human color and love and preference.