Monthly Archives: May 2013

metro news… what’s your favourite colour

Metro Infographic - Karen Haller Colour Facts blog post

Being interviewed by the Metro’s reporter Ross McGuinness for yesterday’s Metro In Focus feature was great fun. I knew by the diverse colour questions the article was going to be full of fun and interesting colour facts.

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clerkenwell design week… come and hear me speak how you can use colour psychology in the workplace

Clerkenwell Design Week at Humanscale

The highly anticipated Clerkenwell Design Week starts next week. And I’m very excited to be asked by Humanscale to give two talks at their Clerkenwell showroom.

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Thomas Pink… Personally Pink campaign

Thomas Pink Jermyn Street store, London.

On Saturday I had the absolute pleasure of working with Thomas Pink, the exclusive men’s tailors, as their colour psychology expert as part of their ‘Personally Pink’ campaign.

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Grand Designs LIVE 2013 – Karen Haller talks Colour Psychology in the home

I just spent the last three days giving talks on colour psychology in the home at Grand Designs Live, Excel London. It was an absolute honour to be asked to be one of their expert speakers. Colour psychology is my passion so to say I was excited to speak at one of the biggest interior shows in the UK is an understatement.

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business branding – So what’s your big why…

Business Branding - What's Your Big Why

One of the first questions I ask my clients who are either starting a business or re-branding, way before we even look at brand colours, is why did they decide to go into business, what is their Big Why. Surprisingly most say it isn’t something they even thought of.

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