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Color innovation in big data analytics

Any decision pertaining to designing products, environments and brand experience is closely connected to the use of colour because it depends on the buying behaviour of customers, brand perception, strategic differentiation, and user experience. But availability of information related to colour perception is limited. Organizations are using big data to analyse colour preference and perception which contains over a 100 years of data. They divided their study into four categories regarding colour data, analytic and insight:

1. Colour competitive intelligence is relevant for aggressive in brand competition.

2. Colour legal intelligence helps to identify the colour norms available to different countries.

3. Colour Research Intelligence collates colour studies that have been conducted over the past century, world-wide, about the industry and product segments.

4. Colour listening intelligence signifies how much buzz about a particular colour is popular in the market.

These all studies benefit other companies by creating their own colour mix to attract new customers, branding and dictate consumer preference trends.


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