Selecting Colors for Your Elearning Course and the Impact They Can Have on Your Learners

Colors are powerful communication tools. They can influence moods and psychological reactions.  Researchers discovered that performance improves by 5 to 10 percent on standardized pattern recognition tests if they are administered in color and not black and white. Colors are known to boost memories if they are realistic and not random. Another group of researchers discovered that when we look at known graphics, our brains replaces the colors even if they are missing. For example, if we see a picture of an apple in black and white, our brains will substitute the color red.

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