A little about Angela Wright, she studied psychoanalytic psychotherapy at Queen Mary’s Hospital, Roehampton, England, before studying color dynamics in Carmel, California, USA, and identified links between color patterns and patterns of human behavior.
Her 1995 book, ‘The Beginner’s Guide to Color Psychology’ continues to sell constantly around the world and she is working on her second book, specifically for the business community, tentatively titled ‘The Color of Money’.The Beginner’s Guide to Colour Psychology
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She applied the system to all aspects of business – corporate communication, retail and workplace design, as well as web design and product design. In addition to the many individuals who claim that he helped them enormously, there are many important international companies, government institutions and design consultants that attest to his power and effectiveness. Ms. Wright was invited to become a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in 1998 and she is recognized as a world expert on the unconscious effects of color.
What is important about Angela is that she has a ‘good eye for colour’, and that, like any scientist, she likes continually to ask, ‘Why?’ When she sees colours that work well together, she asks why their particular combination is successful, she asks why the multitudes of blues are all different from one another in their effects, and she asks why the same colour works well in one environment…but not in another.
Watch this video that Angela Wright talks more about colors.