Cymbolism

Designer tool for choosing colors based on emotions

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Dave Schools@daveschools_ · Founder of Entrepreneur's Handbook
I had a lot of fun with this. The group I was with tried guessing the majority picked color. It's interesting to see what colors people reflexively associate with words. Thanks for sharing.
Mubashar Iqbal
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@mubashariqbal · 2016 Maker of the Year.
@daveschools_ Thanks Dave, glad to hear you're enjoying the site.
Eric Willis
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@erictwillis · Working on something new
A tool that attempts to quantify the association between colors and words, making it simple for designers to choose the best colors for the desired emotional effect.
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@mubashariqbal · 2016 Maker of the Year.
@erictwillis Thanks for posting this! I'm happy to answer any questions.
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@mubashariqbal · 2016 Maker of the Year.
I've just added the word "Hunting", no votes yet but hopefully soon we'll what everyone thinks of what we're doing there! :) http://cymbolism.com/words/hunting
Olivier El Mekki@oelmekki · maker
@mubashariqbal Nice idea, will be helpful :) You may want to break it up upon countries, though, because same color may have different associations, based on culture. For example, "rich" is associated with "green" in your polls. That's an expected result for US, because of dollar bill, but in most other parts of the world, it's associated with "nature" instead and has pretty much nothing to do wealth.
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@mubashariqbal · 2016 Maker of the Year.
@oelmekki Definitely thought about that, but was worried people wouldn't vote, if I forced them to answer questions before hand. I am collecting ipaddresses though, so I am able to translate that to a semi-accurate location. Hope to add that to the site in a couple of weeks.